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Publications

Mitsunori Misawa, Ph.D.

Asst Professor

Leadership

Office Location: 302 Browning Hall

Phone: (901) 678-4060

Email: mmisawa@memphis.edu

  • Edited Books (Refereed)

  • Misawa, M., & Rowland, M. (Eds.). (proposal accepted, November 2013, & forthcoming, May 2015). Adult Learning: Special Issue on Academic Bullying and Incivility in Adult, Higher, Continuing, and Professional Education.
  • Chapters in Edited Books

  • Misawa, M. (2007). Japanese human rights council recommends lesbian and gay rights. In L. Faderman, Y. Retter, H. R. Ramirez, S. Timmons, & E. C. Wat (Eds.), Great events from history: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender events (pp. 681-682). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

  • Misawa, M. (2007). Japanese American Citizens League supports same-gender marriage. In L. Faderman, Y. Retter, H. R. Ramirez, S. Timmons, & E. C. Wat (Eds.), Great events from history: Gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender events (pp. 629-631). Pasadena, CA: Salem Press.

  • Misawa, M. (2009). Where is our citizenship in academia? Experiences of gay men of color in higher education. In R. J. Hill, A. P. Grace, & Associates (Eds.), Adult and higher education in queer contexts: Power, politics, and pedagogy (pp. 111-126). Chicago: Discovery Association Publishing House.

  • Misawa, M. (2010). Musings on controversial intersections of positionality: A queer crit perspective in adult and continuing education. In V. Sheared, J. Johnson-Bailey, S. J. Colin III., S. Brookfield, & E. Peterson (Eds.), The handbook of race and adult education: A resource for dialogue on racism (pp. 187-200). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

  • Misawa, M. (in press). Surviving academic bullying: Issues of identity and cultural mentorship facing gay male faculty of color in higher education. In P. M. Jenlink (Ed.), Teacher identity and the struggle for identity. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.

  • Misawa, M. (in press). Crossing the Pacific Ocean: A queer man of colorís journey of crossing cultural borders in higher education in the United States. In W. DeJean & J. Sapp (Eds.), Queer-to-queer: Educatorsí reflections for the next generation. New York: Routledge.

  • Refereed Journal Publications

  • Misawa, M. (2007). Political aspects of the intersection of sexual orientation and race in higher education in the United States: A queer scholar of color's perspective. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 4(2), 78-83.

  • Misawa, M. (2009). The intersection of homophobic bullying and racism in adulthood: A graduate school experience. Journal of LGBT Youth, 6, 47-60.

  • Misawa, M. (2010). Queer race pedagogy for educators in higher education: Dealing with power dynamics and positionality of LGBTQ students of color. International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3(1), 26-35.

  • Misawa, M. (2010). Racist and homophobic bullying in adulthood: Narratives from gay men of color in higher education. New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 24(1), 7-23.

  • Roulston, K., & Misawa, M. (2011). Music teachers' constructions of gender in elementary education. Music Education Research. 13(1), 3-28.

  • Misawa, M. (2013). Outsider within: Power dynamics and sociocultural experiences of gay male students of color in adult and higher education. Society for International Education Journal, 7(1), 24-49.
  • Refereed Conference Publications

  • Misawa, M. (2005). Queer space and adult education: Gay men's sociocultural experiences in adult learning. In R. J. Hill (Ed.), Proceedings of 2005 AERC Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Allies (LGBTQ&A) Pre-conference (pp. 35-40). University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

  • Misawa, M. (2005). The intersection of race and sexual orientation in adult and higher education. In R. J. Hill & R. Kiely (Eds.), Proceedings of the 46th Annual Adult Education Research Conference (pp. 307-312), University of Georgia, Athens, GA.

  • Misawa, M. (2006). Queer race pedagogy in adult higher education: Dealing with power dynamics and positionality of gay students of color. In M. Hagen & E. Goff (Eds.), Proceedings of the 47th Annual Adult Education Research Conference (pp. 257-262), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

  • Misawa, M. (2008). Racist and homophobic bullying in adulthood: Narratives from gay men of color in higher education. In T. V. Bettinger (Ed.), Proceedings of 2008 AERC Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer & Allies (LGBTQ&A) Pre-conference (pp. 39-45). University of Missouri-St Louis, MO.

  • Misawa, M. (2011). The intersection of racist and homophobic bullying in adult and higher education. In S. Carpenter, S. Dossa, & B. J. Osborne (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2011 Joint Meeting of AERC & CASAE (pp. 451-457), Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Canada.

  • Misawa, M. (2011). The intersection of racist and homophobic bullying in adult and higher education. In M. Glowacki-Dudka (Ed.), Proceedings of the 30th Annual Midwest Research-to-Practice Conference, Lindenwood University, Saint Charles, MO.

  • Misawa, M. (2012). Social justice narrative inquiry about adult bullying in higher education: A queer crit perspective. Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Adult Education Research Conference. Saratoga Springs, NY.

  • Misawa, M. (in press). Consequences of racist and homophobic bullying in higher education for a better educational environment. Proceeding of the 54th Annual Adult Education Research Conference. St. Louis, MO.
  • Misawa, M. (in press). Professional identity development: An Asian queer crit perspective in adult and higher education. Proceeding of the 6th Asian Diaspora Preconference. St. Louis, MO.
  • Misawa, M. (in press, 2014, June). Autoethnography as a way to foster critical thinking skills for academicians in adult and higher education: A queer (Asian) crit perspective and example. Proceeding of the 55th Annual Adult Education Research Conference. Harrisburg, PA.


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