Dr. Raible’s writings

Raible, J. (2012). Ally parenting for social justice. In Ost-Vollmers, K. & Chau, A. (eds.) Parenting As Adoptees. Minneapolis, MN: CQT Media and Publishing.

Raible, J. (2012). New directions in critical transracial and transnational adoption research. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, v. 21, n. 3 &4. Oct. 2012, pp. 111-121.

Raible, J. (2011). Review of Babies without borders: Adoption and migration across the Americas (K. Dubinsky 2010). Teachers College Record, Date Published: February 14, 2011

Irizarry, J. & Raible, J. (2011). Beginning with el barrio: Learning from exemplary teachers of Latino students. Journal of Latinos and Education, vol. 10, issue 3.

Raible, J. (2011). Queering the adult gaze: Young male hustlers and their alliances with older gay men. Journal of LGBT Youth, vol. 8, issue 3.

Raible, J. (2010). Professionally speaking: Bringing together the adoption community. The Adoption Constellation, p. 8. Portland, OR: Adoption Mosaic. (Fall ‘10)

Raible, J. & Irizarry, J. (2010). Redirecting the teacher’s gaze: Youth surveillance, teacher education, and the school-to-prison pipeline. Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research & Studies, 26, pp. 1196-1203.

Raible, J. (2010). Sticking with a wounded child. Adoption Australia: A Quarterly Journal of Adoption Issues. Winter, pp. 9-11.

Baden, A. & Raible, J. (2010). Sibling relationships in transracial adoptive families: Influences of race and adoption. In Caspi, J. (ed.) Sibling Development: Implications for Mental Health Practitioners. New York: Springer Publishing, pp. 287-317.

Nieto, S. & Raible, J. (2010). Beyond categories: The complex identities of adolescents. In S. Nieto, Language, Culture, and Teaching: Critical Perspectives (2nd ed.) New York: Routledge, pp. 199-213.

Raible, J. (2009). Same story, different decade. Adoption Australia: A Quarterly Journal of Adoption Issues. Spring ’09.

Irizarry, J. & Raible, J. (2009). As cultures collide: Unpacking the sociopolitical context surrounding English language learners. In Milner, H. R. (ed.) Empowering Teachers for Equity and Diversity: Progressive Perspectives on Research, Theory, and Practice. New York: Palgrave.

Raible, J. (2008). The significance of racial identity in transracially adopted young adults. In Transracial Parenting in Foster Care and Adoption: Strengthening Your Bicultural Family. Ankeny, IA: Iowa Foster & Adoptive Parents Association.

Raible, J. & Nieto, S. (2008). Beyond categories: The complex identities of adolescents. In M. Sadowski (ed.) Adolescents at School: Perspectives on Youth, Identity, and Education (2nd edition). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press.

Raible, J. (2008). Struggle for identity. Adoption Today Magazine, August/September.

Raible, J. (2008). Real brothers, real sisters: Lessons from the non-adopted white siblings of transracial adoptees. Journal of Social Distress and the Homeless, vol. 17, issues 1 & 2

Raible, J. (2008). Lessons in humility: Understanding teaching as struggle and as service. In S. Nieto (ed.) Dear Paulo: Letters From Those Who Dare Teach. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers

Raible, J. & Irizarry, J. (2007). Transracialized selves and the emergence of post-white teacher identities. In Race, Ethnicity, & Education, vol. 10, issue 2 (July).

Nieto, S., Bode, P., Kang, E., & Raible, J. (2007). Multiple contexts, multiple identities: Pushing the boundaries of multicultural education. In Handbook of Curriculum and Instruction, Sage Publications.

McCoy, Y. & Raible, J. (2007). Resource materials for developing allies in dismantling racism. The Curriculum Initiative: Jewish Resources and Culture for Independent Schools.

Raible, J. (2006). Lifelong impact, enduring need. In Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption. Edited by Sun Yung Shin, Chinyere Oparah, and Jane Jeong Trenka. Boston: South End Press.

Raible, J. (2006). Bridging modernity and postmodernity and the unfinished struggle for racial integration. Paper presented at Presidential Invited Session, AERA San Francisco, CA.

Raible, J. (2005). Nine steps to a transracialized, multicultural lifestyle. In The Network Newsletter of Adoptive Families Together, Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Autumn).

Raible, J. (2005). Sharing the spotlight: The non-adopted siblings of transracial adoptees. (Unpublished dissertation.) University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA.

Raible, J. (2005). Angry adoptees in the ashram? Passionate impatience and concerned commitment. Pact’s Point of View: The Newsletter for Adoptive Families of Color, Pact: An Adoption Alliance, San Francisco, CA, Fall/Winter 2004/2005

Raible, J. (2004). The significance of racial identity in transracially adopted young adults. The Post-Adoption Newsletter, Casey Family Services, Waterbury, VT, Sept./Oct.

Raible, J. (2004). Transracial adoption mentoring: Nine steps to an anti-racist, multicultural lifestyle. The Post-Adoption Newsletter, Casey Family Services, VT. Sept./Oct.

Raible, J. & Nieto, S. (2003). Beyond categories: The complex identities of adolescents. In M. Sadowski (ed.) Adolescents at School: Perspectives on Youth, Identity, and Education. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Press, pp. 145-161.

Nieto, S., Raible, J., & Bode, P. (2003). Imagination and the arts. Review of Art & Cognition: Integrating the Visual Arts in the Curriculum by Arthur Efland. Language Arts, May

Raible, J. (2003). Bibliography on transracial adoption. In Curriculum Guide to “In Our Family: Portraits of All Kinds of Families” Photo/Text Exhibit by Family Diversity Projects, Inc., Amherst, MA

Raible, J. (2002). Exploring a sense of self. Review of Reflections of a Citizen Teacher: Literacy, Democracy, and the Forgotten Students of Addison High by Todd DeStigter. Language Arts, March

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2 thoughts on “Dr. Raible’s writings

  1. Somehow I came across a copy of Part 2 of CHECKLIST FOR ALLIES AGAINST RACISM. Where can I find Part 1, or a similar checklist? May I have your permission to use what I have with my students?

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