• Ming Fang He
  • Sabrina Ross


This is an article for JCT Special Issue –Narrative of Curriculum in
the South: Lives In-Between Contested Race, Gender, Class, and Power

Author Biographies

Ming Fang He

Ming Fang He is Professor of Curriculum Studies at Georgia Southern University. She has been teaching at the graduate, pre-service, and in-service levels in the United States, Canada, Hong Kong, and China. She explores education, inquiry, and life in-between the Eastern, Western, and exile philosophy and curriculum with a particular focus on Confucius, Weiming Tu, Dewey, Makiguchi, Ikeda, and Said. She has been writing about cross-cultural narrative inquiry of language, culture, and identity in multicultural contexts, cross-cultural teacher education, curriculum studies, activist practitioner inquiry, social justice research, exile curriculum, narrative of curriculum in the U. S. South, transnational and diasporic studies.

Sabrina Ross

Sabrina Ross is an assistant professor of Curriculum Studies at Georgia Southern University. She explores intersections of race, gender, and power within educational contexts. Named a 2012 Governor’s Teaching Fellow, she is co-editor (with Svi Shapiro and Kathe Latham) of The Institution of Education (2006) and has published articles in The International Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Teaching in Higher Education, and Educational Foundations. She guest-edited (with Donyell Roseboro) a special issue of Vitae Scholasticae: The Journal of Educational Biography examining the pedagogies of U.S. Black educators and is currently working with Ming Fang He on a special guest-edited issue of The Sophist’s Bane exploring the experiences of minority women faculty in academia.