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Name: Eve Tuck
Academic Rank: Assistant Professor
Department: Educational Studies and Leadership

Expertise Keywords: participatory action research, school non-completion, school push-out, social theory, educational policy, Indigenous and decolonizing methodologies

Available For: interviews, essays, speaking

Expertise: Primary Investigator, 2007-2008 Youth Researchers for a New Education System Project Primary Investigator, 2006-2008 Collective of Researchers on Educational Disappointment and Desire's Gate-ways and Get-aways Project

Currrent Research: school push-out, consequences of education and social policies in schooling, consequences of testing on school completion, schooling injustices, the contemporary purposes of schooling

Contact Information

Office Phone: 845-257-2958
E-mail Address: tucke@newpaltz.edu


Graduate Center, CUNY 2002-2008 MA, PhD 2008 Urban Education
Eugene Lang College 1997-2001 BA 2001 Education and Writing

Organizational Memberships

American Educational Research Association

National Indian Educational Association


Peer reviewed journal article
Tuck, E. (in press) “Re-Visioning Action: Participatory action research and Indigenous theories of change.” Urban Review

Anyon, J., Dumas, M., Linville, D., Nolan, K., Perez M., Tuck, E. and Weiss, J. (2008). Theory and Educational Research: Toward Critical Social Explanation. New York: Routledge

Selected book chapters
Tuck, E. (2008) Re-Reading the GED in S. Matheson and W. Ross (Eds.) Battleground Schools: An Encyclopedia of Conflict and Controversy CT: Greenwood Press

Tuck, E. and the Collective of Researchers on Educational Disappointment and Desire (2008) PAR Praxes for Now and Future Change in J. Cammarota, and M. Fine (Eds.) Revolutionizing Education: Youth Participatory Action Research in Motion. New York: Routledge

Tuck, E. in conversation with Fine, M. (2007) Inner Angles: A range of ethical responses to/with Indigenous and decolonizing theories in N. Denzin and M. Giardina (Eds.) Ethical Futures in Qualitative Research: Decolonizing the Politics of Knowledge. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press

Fine, M., Tuck, E. and Zeller-Berkman, S. (2007) Do You Believe in Geneva? in Globalizing Cultural Studies McCarthy, C. et al. (Eds.) Peter Lang Publications.