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Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Education Policy Organization & Leadership: Sociology of Education; Higher Education, University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2020)
M.Ed., Education Policy Organization & Leadership, University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2017)
B.A., Sociology, University of Michigan (2013)
Liberal Arts, Delta College (2010)
EDAD 602. The Community College
EDAD 617. African American School Desegregation
EDAD 638. Developing School and Community Partnerships
EDAD 639. Foundations of Education Administration
EDAD 690. Theory EDAD Research
EHRD 651. Models of Epistemology and Inquiry in Educational Human Resource Development
Journal Articles
Bohonos, J. W., James-Gallaway, C., James-Gallaway, A. D., & Turner, F. F. (2023). Black History in Adult Education in the United States: A Historical Review and Historiographical Critique. Adult Education Quarterly, 07417136231180571.
James-Gallaway, C. D. (2023). “They were mostly sitting back and staying quiet”: A critical race discourse analysis of racial voyeurism in cross-racial intergroup dialogues. Whiteness and Education, 1-18.
James-Gallaway, C. D., & Dixson, A. D. (2023). We Have Seen This Before: The Racial Status Quo and “Anti-CRT” Discourse. Dialogues in Social Justice: An Adult Education Journal, 8(1).
James-Gallaway, C. D., Hudock, M. M., & Franklin, C. (2023). “They didn’t really have key experiences that they thought they could bring to the table”: Perceptions of white racial absolution during cross-racial intergroup dialogues. Human Communication Research, 49(2), 149-157. [published with student]
James-Gallaway, C. D., & Wilson, A. (2023). “You can’t build a revolution with no education”: Deepening equity-mindedness in professional learning activities. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 1-16.
French, P., James-Gallaway, C., & Bohonos, J. (2022). Examining intergroup dialogue’s potential to promote social justice in adult education. Journal of Transformative Education, 20(1), 44-61. [published with student]
James-Gallaway, C. D. (2022). “The Kids in Prison Program”: A Critical Race Personal Counternarrative of a Former Black Charter School Teacher. Teachers College Record, 124(11), 58-81.
James-Gallaway, C. D., & James-Gallaway, A. D. (2022). Why Opportunity Isn't Enough: Restrictive v. Expansive Views of Equality, Texas Top Ten Percent Policy, and Race Liberalism. Professional Educator, 45(1), 1-12.
Abrica, E. J., García-Louis, C., & Gallaway, C. D. J. (2020). Antiblackness in the Hispanic-serving community college (HSCC) context: Black male collegiate experiences through the lens of settler colonial logics. Race Ethnicity and Education, 23(1), 55-73.
Book Chapters
Wilson, A., & James-Gallaway, C. D. (2022). What’s love got to do with it? Reinventing Freire in higher education. In Radically Dreaming: Illuminating Freirean Praxis in Turbulent Times (pp. 310–317). DIO Press Inc.
James-Gallaway, C., & Baber, L. (2021). Utilities of counterstorytelling in exposing racism within higher education. In Handbook of critical race theory in education (pp. 221-235). Routledge
James-Gallaway, C., Minnett, J., & Dixson, A. (2020). Scratching and surviving: Critical Race Theory and being a “Blackademic” in the academy. In Critical Race Theory in the
Academy (pp. 339–358). Information Age publishing
Dixson, A. D., James-Gallaway, C., Cardenas, N. D., & Perkins-Williams, R. (2019). Critical perspectives on school choice: An examination of race, class, and gender in school choice policies. Handbook of research on school choice, 73-86.