Publications

Books

De B’beri, B., Reid-Maroney, N. & Wright, H.K. (Eds.). (2014). The Promised Land? History and

Historiography of Black Experience in Chatham-Kent’s Settlements and Beyond. Toronto: University of

Toronto Press.

Wright, H.K., Singh, M. & Race, R. (Eds.). (2012). Precarious international multicultural education: Hegemony,

dissent and rising alternatives. Sense Publishers.

Wright, H.K. & Abdi, A. (Eds.). (2012). The Dialectics of African Education and Western Discourses:

Appropriation, Ambivalence and Alternatives. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Wright, H.K. & Morris, M. (Eds.). (2012). Transnationalism and cultural studies. London & New York:

Routledge.

Tomaselli, K.G. & Wright, H.K. (Eds.). (2011). Africa, Cultural Studies and Difference. London & New York:

Routledge.

Wright, H.K. (2004). A Prescience of African Cultural Studies: The future of literature studies in Africa is not what

it was. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Wright, H.K. (2016). Stuart Hall’s relevance for the study of African blackness. International

Journal of Cultural Studies, 19 (1), 85-99.

Wright, H.K. (2011). Everything Old Ought to be New Again: Post-Reconceptualization Curriculum as Presentist

Praxis. Journal of curriculum and pedagogy, 8 (1), 19-22.

Wright, H.K. (2006). Notes Toward an African Cultural Studies of Education. International Education, 36 (1),

83-95.

Wright, H.K. (2006). Are we (T)here Yet? Qualitative Research in Education’s Profuse and Contested Present.

International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 19 (6), 793-802.

Wright, H.K. (2006). Qualitative researchers on paradigm proliferation in educational research: A question-and-

answer session as multi-voiced text. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 19 (1),

77-95.

Wright, H.K. (2005). Does Hlebowitsh Improve on Curriculum History? Reading a Re-Reading for its Political

Purpose and Implications. Curriculum Inquiry, 35 (1), 103-117

Ryba, T. & Wright, H.K. (2005). From Mental Game to Cultural Praxis: Implications of a Cultural Studies Model

for Future Trajectories of Sport Psychology. QUEST: The Journal of the National Association for Physical

Education in Higher Education, 57 (2), 192-212.

Wright, H.K. (2016). The Worldliness of Stuart Hall. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 19 (1).

Rutten, K., Rodman, G, & Wright, H.K. (2013). Cultural Studies and Critical Literacies. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 16 (5).

Morris, M. & Wright, H.K. (Eds.). (2009). Transnationalism and cultural studies. Cultural Studies, 23 (2).

Wright, H.K. & Tomaselli, K. (Eds.). (2008). Cultural Studies in Africa / African cultural  studies.     Cultural Studies, 22 (2).

Wright, H.K., Nashon, S., & Anderson, D. (Eds.). (2007). African Education: Worldviews, Ways of Knowing and Pedagogy. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education, 1 (4).

Wright, H.K. & Lather, P. (Eds). (2006). Paradigm Proliferation in Educational Research.  International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 19 (1).

Wright, H.K. & Maton, K. (Eds). (2004). The glocal presence of cultural studies in education. The Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 26 (1, 2) [double issue]

Wright, H.K. (Ed.). (2003). Diasporic Africans and the Question of Identity.  Critical Arts, 17 (1, 2)               [double issue].

Wright, H.K. (Ed.). (2003). Qualitative Research in Education.  Tennessee Education, 32 (2).

Maton, K. & Wright, H.K. (Eds.). (2002). Returning Cultural Studies to Education.  International Journal of Cultural Studies, 5 (4).