Sally Bonet

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Sally Bonet

Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

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Education
17 Persson Hall

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Doctor of Philosophy in Education, May 2016
Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey,

Master of Science in Education, May 2006 
Pennsylvania Instructional Certificate: Elementary Education
University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, December 2000
University of California Los Angeles

Bonet, S.W. & Abu El-Haj, T. R. (In press). Reading over our shoulders: Writing about Arab youth, families, and communities in the post 9/11 US. In T. McCarty & A. Ali (Eds.), Research Methods in Critical Youth Studies: A Practical Guide.

Bonet, S.W. & McWilliams, (2018). J.A. “Documenting Tragedy.”: Ethnography and the (Hidden) Costs of Bearing Witness. Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

Abu El-Haj, T.R., Kaloustian, G., Bonet, S.W., & Chatila, S. (2018). Fifi the punishing cat and other civic lessons from a Lebanese Public Kindergarten School. Journal of Education in Emergencies, 4, 1, 13-44

Bonet, S. W. (2018). “So Where are the Promises of This America? Where is the democracy and where are the human rights?”: Refugee youth, citizenship education, and exclusion from public schooling. Curriculum Inquiry, 48(1), 53-69.

McWilliams, J.A. & Bonet, S.W. (2016). Continuums of Precarity: Refugee Youth Transitions in American High Schools. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 35(2), 153-170

Bonet, S. W. (2016, October 12). Why refugee resettlement isn’t enough. Anthropology News.

McWilliams, J.A. & Bonet, S.W. (2015) Refugees in the City: Institutional Density, Neighborhood Effects and Incorporation. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 14, 4, 419-438.

Abu El-Haj, T.R. & Bonet, S.W. (2011). Education, Citizenship, and the Politics of Belonging: Youth from Muslim Transnational Communities and the “War on Terror”. Review of Research in Education, 35, 29-59

Bonet, S.W. (2011). Educating Muslim American Youth in a Post 9/11 Era: A Critical Review of Policy and Practice. The High School Journal. 95, 46-55

Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, 2014-2015

Concha Delgado Gaitan CAE Presidential Fellow, 2016-2017
Council on Anthropology and Education
American Anthropological Association

Evelyn Headley Award for Outstanding Dissertation, 5/2017
Rutgers University Graduate School of Education

Frederick Erickson Outstanding Dissertation Competition, 11/2018
Second Place Winner 
Council on Anthropology and Education (CAE)
American Anthropological Association