Hannah Carson Baggett
Hannah Carson Baggett
Associate Professor, Auburn University
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“For millions of people, this is real trauma”: A pedagogy of political trauma in the wake of the 2016 US Presidential election
B Sondel, HC Baggett, AH Dunn
Teaching and Teacher Education 70, 175-185, 2018
“I Don’t Want to Come Off as Pushing an Agenda”: How Contexts Shaped Teachers’ Pedagogy in the Days After the 2016 US Presidential Election
AH Dunn, B Sondel, HC Baggett
American Educational Research Journal 56 (2), 444-476, 2019
Power and Classroom Management
HC Baggett, HA Davis
The SAGE encyclopedia of classroom management, 2015
Student Enrollment in World Languages: L'Égalité des Chances?
HC Baggett
Foreign Language Annals 1 (49), 162-179, 2016
“We’re Here to Learn to Speak French”: An Exploration of World Language Teachers’ Beliefs About Students and Teaching
HC Baggett
Educational Studies 54 (6), 641-667, 2018
A Case Study of White Teacher Candidates’ Conceptions of Racial Profiling in Educational Contexts
HC Baggett, CG Simmons
Journal of Education 196 (2), 41-51, 2017
An exploration of white fear and school discipline in Alabama
HC Baggett, CE Andrzejewski
Whiteness and Education 5 (1), 74-90, 2020
Relevance, Representation, and Responsibility: Exploring World Language Teachers’ Critical Consciousness and Pedagogies
HC Baggett
L2 Journal 12 (2), 34-54, 2020
Community-based participatory research with LGBTQ communities in Alabama and Mississippi
K Strunk, H Baggett, AL Beall, R Hafftka
SocArXiv, 2017
“Man, somebody tell that kid to shut up”: Youth Participatory Action Research at a rural alternative school in the Deep South
HC Baggett, CE Andrzejewski
Critical Questions in Education 8 (4), 401-417, 2017
The grammar of school discipline: Removal, resistance, and reform in Alabama schools
HC Baggett, CE Andrzejewski
Rowman & Littlefield, 2021
Transformative mixed methods: A missed opportunity
CE Andrzejewski, B Arnberg, HC Baggett
Research methods for social justice and equity in education, 241-251, 2019
Magic and Hocus Pocus: Teaching for Social Justice in a Qualitative Methods Course
CE Andrzejewski, HC Baggett
The Qualitative Report 25 (3), 864-875, 2020
“Diversity & inclusion & free speech & civility”: Oppression and marginalization through diversity rhetoric
K Strunk, HC Baggett, IE Watts
Journal of Critical Scholarship on Higher Education and Student Affairs 5 (3), 4, 2020
“I Just Put My Head Down, But They Still Get on to Me”: Navigating Silence in an Alternative School in Alabama
AJ Anderson, HC Baggett
Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis 9 (1), 2020
“Why Don’t They Just Move Closer?”: Adolescent Critical Consciousness Development in YPAR About Food Security
AJ Anderson, HC Baggett, CE Andrzejewski, SA Forbes
Journal of Adolescent Research, 07435584211065343, 2021
Nobody likes me, everybody hates me (worms)
HC Baggett
Qualitative Inquiry 27 (1), 97-101, 2021
Hoodies in the Classroom
C Simmons, HC Baggett, SR Eggleton
Trayvon Martin, Race, and American Justice, 167-172, 2014
2 What Tension? Exploring a Pedagogy of Possibility in World Language Classrooms
H Baggett
Transforming World Language Teaching and Teacher Education for Equity and …, 2022
Critical teacher responsibility in tumultuous times: Engaging in a community of practice
HC Baggett, AH Dunn, BL Sondel
Teaching and Learning for Social Justice and Equity in Higher Education …, 2020
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