A Critical Pedagogy of Place


  • Qiana M. Cutts


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

Author Biography

Qiana M. Cutts

Qiana M. Cutts is a Professor of Practice in the College of Education at Argosy University, Atlanta. Her research focuses on urban educators’ identity, dispositions, and preparation as foundational characteristics of their instruction. She is particularly interested in understanding how educators’ self-awareness and perceptions of diversity are instrumental in their use of culturally relevant pedagogical practices. She also utilizes phenomenology, narrative, and autoethnography to examine identity development and dispositions related to sexual orientation, multiculturalism, and region/place.