Publications

Chernoff, Carolyn and V. Varun Chaudhry. (2018). “A Visionary Organization: From Donor Intent to New Horizons of Race and Gender Equity,” The Foundation Review: Vol. 10: Iss. 3, Article 8.

Chernoff, Carolyn and Kimberly Grace Tauches. (2017).  “Who Are You Really? Identity, Authenticity, and Narrative in Orange Is The New Black.” In S.A. Jackson and L. Gordy (Eds), Through the Prison Gate: An Exploration of Issues from Orange is the New Black. London: Routledge Press.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2015). Black Faces, White Voices/White Faces, Black Voices: The implications of “race fail” for community-based arts education. Visual Arts Research, Summer 2015, 41(1): 96-110.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2014). “Of Women and Queens: Gender Realities and Re-Education in RuPaul’s Drag Empire.” In Jim Deams, ed., RuPaul’s Drag Race: Drag and Reality TV. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2013). Spelling It Out: Difference and Diversity in Public Conversation. Michigan Sociological Review, 27: 44-56.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2013). “Conflict Theory in Education” in James Ainsworth, ed., Sociology of Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2013). “Waldorf Education” in James Ainsworth, ed., Sociology of Education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2010). Objectifying Measures: The Dominance of High-Stakes Testing and the Politics of Schooling. By Amanda Walker Johnson. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 41: 212–213. Book review.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2009). On Culture, Art, and Experience. Perspectives on Urban Education, Fall 2009, (6) 2, pp. 77-78.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2006). Citizenship Under Fire. By Sigal Ben-Porath. Perspectives on Urban Education, May 2006, (4) 2. Book review.

Chernoff, Carolyn. (2000). The Chicago Peace Museum. ICOM News: The Journal of the International Council of Museums (53) (1): 1, 3.

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