Brown, A.E. & Stern, M. (forthcoming). Teachers’ work as women’s work: Reflections on gender, activism, and solidarity in new teacher movements. Feminist Formations.
Ríos-Rojas, A. & Stern, M. (2018). Do “undocumented aliens” dream of neoliberal sheep?: Conditional DREAMing and decolonial imaginaries. Equity & Excellence in Education, 51(1), 92-106.
Stern, M. & Brown, A.E. (2016). “It’s 5:30. I’m exhausted. And I have to go all the way to f*%#ing Fishtown.”: New teacher movements, depression, and the fight for public education. The Urban Review, 48(2), 333-354.
Stern, M. (2015). Homonormativity, charternormativity, and processes of legitimation: Exploring the affective-spatio-temporal-fixed dimensions of marriage equality and charter schools. Berkeley Review of Education, 5(2), 171-196.
Hussain, K. & Stern, M. (2015). Lessons from the “pen alongside the sword”: School reform through the lens of the radical black press. Critical Education, 6(7), 25-43.
Stern, M. & Hussain, K. (2015). On the charter question: black Marxism and black nationalism. Race Ethnicity and Education, 18(1), 61-88.
Stern, M., Clonan, S., Jaffee, L., & Lee, A. (2015). The normative limits of choice: Charter schools, disability studies, and questions of inclusion. Educational Policy, 29(3), 448-477.
Stern. M. & Johnston, D.K. (2013). “I want to do Teach For America, not become a teacher.” Critical Education, 4(13), 1-27.
Stern, M. (2013). Bad teacher: What Race to the Top learned from the “race to the bottom.” Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies, 11(3), 194-229.
Stern, M. (2012). Love in a time of global warming. Pre/Text: A Journal of Rhetorical Theory, 22(1), 47-68.
Stern, M. (2012). “We can’t build our dreams on suspicious minds”: Neoliberalism, educational policy, and the feelings left over. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 12(5), 387-400.
Stern, M. (2012). Presence, absence, and the presently absent: Ethics and the pedagogical possibilities of photographs. Educational Studies, 48(2), 174-198.
Peer-Refereed Book Chapters
Woolley, S. W. & Stern, M. (forthcoming). Queering education: Killing-joy and Nurturing-hope in a college classroom. In J. P. Jiménez & N-B. Guarriello (Eds.), Queer affective literacy: Fostering critical emotional sensibilities in the classroom. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Stern, M. & Hussain, K. (2017). Big talk in the little city: Grassroots activism by and for the common/s. In A. Means, D. Ford, & G. Slater (Eds.), Educational commons in theory and practice: Global pedagogy and politics, 231-241. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Hussain, K. & Stern, M. (2016). Lessons from the “pen alongside the sword”: School reform through the lens of the radical black press. In Z. Wubbena, D. Ford, & B. Porfilio (Eds.), News media and the neoliberal privatization of education: Reproduction and resistance, 191-212. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. (Reprinted)
Stern, M. (2016). From sentimentalism to grief: Pedagogies of humanization in Waiting for ‘Superman’ & The Wire. In T. Gaynor & J. Taliaferro (Eds.), Using HBO's The Wire to teach urban issues, 80-97. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
Journal Issues Edited
Stern, M., Brown, A.E., & Hussain, K. (Eds.) (2016). Educate. Agitate. Organize.: New and not-so-new teacher movements [Special issue]. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 26.
Non-Refereed Journal Articles
Stern, M., Brown, A., & Hussain, K. (2016). Editors’ introduction: Educate. Agitate. Organize.: New and not-so-new teacher movements. Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labor, 26, 1-4.
Anderson, B., Baptiste, A., Henke, C., Nemes, R., & Stern, M. (2016, September). Reflections on food in urban America. The Utica Phoenix, 8-9.
Stern, M. (2014, October 16). A plea for r-e-s-p-e-c-t. Philadelphia Daily News, 16.