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Dr. Angela M. Jaime Ph.D

Vice-Dean Indigenous

Faculty Member in Indigenous Studies

Arts 231


In Preparation or Submitted

Jaime, A.M. & H. Kulago. (2020, May). Indigenization and Decolonization. The Oxford

Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies in Education. NY: Oxford Press.

Jaime, A.M. (Ed). (May 2020). Proposal submission for an edited volume on Native

American & Indigenous Education, a reader. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. 


Refereed Journal Articles: 

Jaime, A.M. & Cho, J. (2017). A postcolonial reflection in the audacity of hope: Toward a

pedagogy with/for an understanding heart. Multicultural Education Review, vol. 9(4).

Roxas, K., Reed, W.A., Jaime, A.M. & Nelly Velez, V. (2015). Educating for democracy, social

justice throughout the National Network for Educational Renewal. National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER). University of Connecticut. Vol. 7, pp. 10-36.

Rios, F., Roxas, K., Cho, J., Jaime, A., & Becker, K. (2015, September). Critical cosmopolitan 

multicultural education (CCME). Journal of Multicultural Educational Review.

Munoz, E., Jaime, A.M., McGriff, D. & Molina, A. H. (2012, January). Assessment of student

learning: Estudios Chicanas/os cultivating engaged global citizens. Teaching Sociology.

Rogers, C., & Jaime, A. M. (May 2010). Listening to the community: Guidance from Native

community members for emerging culturally responsive educators. Equity and Excellence in Education.

Jaime, A. M. (2008, December). Native women: Decolonization and the transcendence of

identity. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 10(2). http://ijme.journal.org/index.php/ijme/index.

Jaime, A.M., & Rios, F. (2007, December). Negotiation and resistance amidst the overwhelming

presence of Whiteness: A Native American faculty and student perspective. Taboo: Journal of Culture and Negotiation, Winter/Fall, 37-54.

Zamudio, M., Rios, F., & Jaime, A. M. (2006, Fall-Winter). Thinking critically about difference:

Analytical tools for 21st century. Equity and Excellence in Education, 41(2), 215-229.

Jaime, A. M. (2004, September). A room without a view from within the ivory towers. American 

Indian Quarterly, 27(1 & 2), 252-263.


Non-Referred Journal Articles:

Rush, T., Miller, V., & Jaime. A. (2007, April). Five plus research-based methods for teachers of

American Indian/Alaska Native students. Published in the conference proceedings of the Catching the Dream Foundation, 12th Annual Exemplary Institute. Albuquerque, NM.


Non-Referred Chapters Book: 

Jaime, A.M. & Russell, C.C. (March 2019). TribalCrit Theory and Blood Quantum (place

holder). In Han, K.T. & Laughter, J. (June 2018). Critical race theory in teacher education: Coalitions for the future. Teachers College Press.

Jaime, A. & Stagner, T. (2018, September). Counter-narrative of two Native Women in higher

Education. Rethinking 21st Century Diversity in K-12 Education: Promises, Perils and Provocations. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Jaime, A. & Tate, B. (2016). Hope for a better tomorrow: A personal narrative on the need for

acceptance in teacher education programs: A personal narrative. In Mikulec, E.A. &

Chamness Miller, P. (2015). Queering Classroom: Personal narratives and educational 

practices to support LGBTQ youth in schools. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Russell, C. & Jaime, A.M. (2014). “Tolerance and diversity cut many ways”:

Conservatism and the American Indian Studies classroom. In Orelus, P. & Brock, R. (2014). Interrogating critical pedagogy: The voices of educators of color in the movement. NY: Routledge.

Jaime, A.M. (2014). Tōku Aotearoa Hāerenga; Strengthening social justice in teacher education

through international field experiences. In Sharma, S, Rahatzad, J. & Phillion, J. (2014). Internationalizing teacher education for social justice: Theory, research, and practice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Jaime, A. M. & Rush, R. T. (2012). A three-part strategy for assuring culturally relevant

pedagogy for American Indian Children. In Klug, B. & McCarthy, J. (2011). Standing together: Indigenous education as culturally responsive pedagogy. Association of Teacher Educators.

Jaime, A. M., & Russell, C. C. (Spring, 2010). Reaching Native American families. In Miller-

Marsh, M. & Vorbeck, T. (Eds.). Learning to listen to families in schools. NY: Teachers College Press.

Jaime, A. (2008). Stories of successful Native American women in academia. In Phillion, J. &

He, M. F. (Eds.). Research for social justice: Personal~passionate~participatory inquiry (pp. 217-232). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.


Autoethnography Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Indigenous Education Indigenous Identity Narrative Inquiry TribalCrit

Education & Training

Doctorate of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction; Curriculum Studies

Purdue University

Dissertation Title: Narrated portraits: Native American women in academia

Graduation Date: May 2005

Women’s Studies Minor

Master of Arts in Ethnic Studies; American Indian Studies

San Francisco State University

Ethnic Studies, American Indian Studies

San Francisco, California

Graduation Date: May 1997

Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies; Native American Studies

California State University, Sacramento

Ethnic Studies, Native American Studies

Sacramento, California

Graduation Date: May 1995