Christine E. Sleeter

Member Since: 2020


Christine E. Sleeter (PhD, University of Wisconsin) is Professor Emerita in the College of Education at California State University Monterey Bay, where she was a founding faculty member. Previously she was a faculty member at Ripon College, and the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. She has served as a visiting professor at several universities, including San Francisco State University, the University of Maine, University of Colorado Boulder, Victoria University of Wellington and Auckland University in New Zealand, and Universidad Nacional de EducaciĆ³n a Distancia in Madrid, Spain. She is past President of the National Association for Multicultural Education, and past Vice President (Division K) of the American Educational Research Association. Her research focuses on anti-racist multicultural education, ethnic studies, teacher education, and critical family history. She has published over 150 articles and 24 books, including Transformative Ethnic Studies in Schools (with M. Zavala, Teachers College Press, 2020) and Critical Race Theory and its Critics (with Francesca Lopez, Teachers College Press, 2023). Her ethnic studies research review is widely used in efforts to instantiate ethnic studies in K-12 schools across the U.S. She has also published three novels that feature teachers as main characters (most recently, Family History in Black and White). She is a fellow of the National Education Policy Center, and she serves on several advisory boards, including the UNLV Center for Multicultural Education, and Culturally Responsive Teaching for Student Equitable Achievement. Awards for her work include the American Educational Research Association Social Justice in Education Award, the Chapman University Paulo Freire Education Project Social Justice Award, Kappa Delta Pi Laureate, and the National Association for Multicultural Education Exceptional Service Award. Her current community service includes newsletter editor for the Central Coast Writers, doing volunteer gardening for the City of Monterey, and serving on the CSUMB Library Dean’ Advisory Council.

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