Zachary Casey

Dr. Zachary Casey is an Assistant Professor of Educational Studies. His research interests include multicultural education, critical whiteness studies, teacher education, and critical pedagogy.  Dr. Casey is particularly interested in the ways racial identity and systemic racism intersect in classrooms, schools, and in the lives of teachers and students.  His work focuses on building critical racial literacy and antiracist pedagogies with practicing and future teachers, as well as the social, cultural, and philosophical contexts of education.  His first book, A Pedagogy of Anticapitalist Antiracism was awarded the 2018 Outstanding Book Award from the Society of Professors of Education.

Selected Publications

Books

McManimon, S. K., Casey, Z. A., & Berchini, C. (Eds.) (in press). Whiteness
at the table: Antiracism, racism, and identity in education. Lanham, MD:
Lexington Books (Rowman & Littlefield).

Casey, Z. A. (2016). A pedagogy of anticapitalist antiracism: Whiteness,
neoliberalism, and resistance in education. Albany, NY: State University of
New York Press.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Casey, Z. A. (2017). Being and becoming: Teacher education, praxis, and/in
the liberal arts. Professing Education, 16 (1), 25-35.

Cue, E. N. & Casey, Z. A. (2017).  “I didn’t know anything about it”:
Critical pedagogy, cultural literacy, and (missed?) opportunities for praxis.
i.e.: inquiry in education, 9(2), Article 3.

Casey, Z. A. (2016). The Gettysburg Address in English class: An
‘exemplar’ of Common Core’s attack on diverse learners. Journal of
Curriculum Theorizing, 31(1), 58-71.

Hossler, P. & Casey, Z. A. (2016). Scaffolding Lefebvre’s “cry” and
“demand”: Educational spaces, praxis, and the right to the city. The SoJo
Journal, 1(2), 1-19.

Casey, Z. A. (2015). Strict fathers, competing culture(s), and racialized
poverty: White South African teachers’ conceptions of themselves as
racialized actors. Race Ethnicity and Education.

Joyner, J. S.* & Casey, Z. A. (2015). Growing Pains: Reflections at the
Intersection(s) of Pedagogy and Self-Study in Whiteness Research in
Education. i.e.: inquiry in education, 7(1), Article 2. 1

Casey, Z. A. (2013). Toward an anti-capitalist teacher education. Journal Of
Educational Thought, 46(2), 123-143.

Lozenski, B. D., Casey, Z. A., & McManimon, S. K., (2013). Contested reality:
The role of youth participatory action research in the struggle to produce
knowledge. Works & Days, 31(1), 99-117.– also featured in Cultural Logic:
Marxist Theory and Practice (2013, pp. 80-95).

Lensmire, T. J., McManimon, S. K., Dockter-Tierney, J., Lee-Nichols, M. E.,
Casey, Z. A., Lensmire, A., Davis, B. M. (2013). McIntosh as synecdoche: How
teacher education's focus on white privilege undermines antiracism. Harvard
Educational Review, 83(3), 410-431.

Casey, Z. A., Lozenski, B. D., & McManimon, S. K. (2013). From neoliberal
policy to neoliberal pedagogy: Racializing and historicizing classroom
management. Journal of Pedagogy, 4(1), 36-58.

McManimon, S. K., Lozenski, B. D., & Casey, Z. A. (2013). Perpetual war(s),
impossible peace: Neoliberal narratives in action in the Junior Reserve
Officer Training Corps. Peace Studies Journal, 6(1), 62-78.

Casey, Z. A. (2011). Toward a reconceptualization of needs in classrooms:
Baudrillard, critical pedagogy, and schooling in the United States. The
Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 9(2), 77-90.

Casey, Z. A. (2011). The fight in my classroom: A story of intersectionality
in practitioner research. i.e.: inquiry in education: 2(1), Article 3.

Casey, Z. A. (2010). Remembering to be radical in teacher education: Defanged
multicultural education. The Journal of Multiculturalism in Education, 6(1),
1-19.

* Indicates Student Co-Author

Education

Ph.D., Culture and Teaching, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Minnesota(Minneapolis, MN)
M.A., Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education, Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ)
B.A.E., Secondary Education Social Studies, Arizona State University (Magna cum Laude) (Tempe, AZ)