PUBLICATIONS

Published Works by Dr. Kerry-Ann Escayg
BOOKS

Iruka, I., Curenton, S., Durden, T., & Escayg, K.-A. (2020). Don't look away: Embracing anti-bias classrooms. Lewisville, NC: Gryphon House.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Escayg, K.-A., Butler, A., Webb, D., Murray, T., & Henderson, S. (2019). Narratives of resistance: The experiences of Black women as teachers, leaders, mothers, and academics. In R. Jeffries (Ed.), Queen Mothers: Articulating the Spirit of Black Women Teacher-Leaders (pp. 99-115). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Escayg, K.-A. (2020). In a language of their own: An observational tool to capture young children’s racial attitudes. In I. Iruka., Curenton., J., Durden, T., & Escayg, K.-A. (Eds.), Don’t look away: Embracing anti-bias classrooms (pp. 89-101). Lewisville, NC: Gryphon House

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

Escayg, K.-A. (2020). An anti-racist form of assessment: The C.A.P. model: Creative. Academic. Practical. https://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/effective-classroom-management/an-anti-racist-form-of-assessment-the-c-a-p-model-creative-academic-practical

Escayg, K.-A. (2020). Anti-racism in U.S. early childhood education: Foundational principles. Sociology Compass, 14(4), 1-15.

Escayg, K.-A. (2020). “Racism”. In D.T. Cook (Ed.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Escayg, K.-A. (2019). “Who’s got the power?” : A critical examination of the anti-bias curriculum. International Journal of Child Care and Education Policy (16)1, 1-18. https://doi.org/10.1186/S40723-019-0062-9

Escayg, K.-A., & Daniel, B-J. (2019). Introduction: Children, race, and racism: Global perspectives. Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education, 4(2),1-3.

Escayg, K.-A., & Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2019). Promoting a positive racial identity in young African Caribbean children: An anti-colonial approach. Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education, 4(2), 29-36.

Escayg, K.-A. (2019). Exploring anti-racism in early childhood education: Teacher identity and classroom practices. Exchange Press, May/June, 11-13.

Daniel, B-J., & Escayg, K.-A. (2019). “But, I don’t believe it’s about race’: Challenging fallacies of race and racism amongst early childhood educators in Ontario, Canada. Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning, and Leadership in Education, 4(2), 14-28.

Kinkead-Clark, Z., & Escayg, K.-A. (2019). Getting it right from the start: A retrospective and current examination of infant and toddler care in Jamaica. Bankstreet-Occasional Paper Series, 42, 72-85.

Escayg, K-A. (2018). We don't teach race here: Race-silenced pedagogies of preschool Trinidadian teachers. Early Child Development and Care.

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Escayg, K-A. (2018). The missing links: Enhancing anti-bias education with anti-racist education. Journal of Curriculum, Teaching, Learning and Leadership in Education, 3(1), 15-20

Escayg, K.-A. & Kinkead-Clark, Z. (2018). Mapping the contours of Caribbean early childhood education. Global Education Review, 5(4), 236-253.

Escayg, K.-A. (2017). Race in the life of an Indo-Trinidadian child: Debunking the myth of racial innocence. Childhood Explorer, doi http://www.childhoodexplorer.org/race-in-the-life/

Escayg, K.-A., Berman, R., & Royer, N. (2017). Canadian children and race: Toward an antiracism Analysis. Journal of Childhood Studies, 42(2), 10-21.

Escayg, K.-A. (2010). Diverse classrooms, diverse teachers: Representing cultural diversity in the teaching profession and implications for pre-service admissions. Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education, 3(2), 1-8.

Childs, R., Broad, K., Gallagher-Mackay, Sher, Y., Escayg, K.-A., & McGrath. (2011) Pursuing Equity in and Through Teacher Education Program Admissions. Education Policy Analysis, (19) 24, 1-22.

BOOK REVIEWS

Escayg, K.-A. (2017). Review of Child advocacy and early childhood education policies in the Caribbean. Education Review//Reseñas Educativas, 24.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Escayg, K.-A. (May, 2020). How Families Can Support Black Children's Racial Identity https://www.gryphonhouse.com/resources/how-families-can-support-black-children

Escayg, K.-A. (2020). Teaching and learning guide for: Anti-racism in U.S early childhood education: Foundational Principles. Sociology Compass, https://doi.org/10.1111/soc4.12819

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Works to Be Published in 2021
BOOKS

Kinkead-Clark, Z., & Escayg, K.-A. (2021). Reconceptualizing Quality in Early Childhood Education, Care and Development.