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    Editor’s Review of Manga High and Harlem on Our Minds

    Christina L. Dobbs
    Manga High: Literacy, Identity, and Coming of Age in an Urban High School
    by Michael Bitz.
    Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, 2009. 196 pp. $29.95.

    Harlem on Our Minds: Place, Race, and the Literacies of Urban Youth
    by Valerie Kinloch.
    New York: Teachers College Press, 2010. 206 pp. $25.95.

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    Winter 2010 Issue

    Abstracts

    A Celebratory Pause—The 80th Anniversary of the Harvard Educational Review
    Legacy and Vision
    HER Editorial Board 2010–2011
    Learning to Laugh
    A Portrait of Risk and Resilience in Early Childhood
    Travis Wright
    White Institutional Presence
    The Impact of Whiteness on Campus Climate
    Diane Lynn Gusa
    Unseen Workers in the Academic Factory
    Perceptions of Neoracism Among International Postdocs in the United States and the United Kingdom
    Brendan Cantwell and Jenny J. Lee
    “Education Is All About Opportunities, Isn’t It?”
    A Biographical Perspective on Learning and Teaching English in Sri Lanka
    David Hayes
    Embedded, Emboldened, and (Net)Working for Change
    Support-Seeking and Teacher Agency in Urban, High-Needs Schools
    Lauren Anderson

    Book Notes

    Waiting for “Superman”
    Davis Guggenheim (Director)

    Saving Schools
    Paul E. Peterson

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