b stephen carpenter II

publications

A selection of my publications is available for download at academia.edu  |  * student co-author

Books  

Taylor, P. G., Carpenter, B. S., Ballengee-Morris, C., & Sessions, B. (2006). Interdisciplinary approaches to teaching art in high school. Reston, VA: The National Art Education Association.

Milam, J.,* Springgay, S., Sloan, K., & Carpenter, B. S. (Eds.)(2006). Curriculum for a progressive, provocative, poetic, and public pedagogy. Troy, NY: Educators International.

 

Peer Reviewed Journals Articles

Carpenter, II, B. S. (2014). Disruptive remarks. (tidbits) The easiest thing I ever published [Special issue]. Visual Arts Research, 40(1).

Kidd, T. T., and Carpenter, B. S. (2014). Rethinking Educational Spaces: A Review of Literature on Urban Youth and Social Media. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 23(2), 189-208.

Milam, J. L., Jupp, J. C., Hoyt, M. W., Grumbein, M., Kaufman, M., Carpenter, B. S., O’Malley, M. P., & Slattery, P. (2014). Autobiography, Disclosure, and Engaged Pedagogy: A Practical Discussion on Teaching Foundations in Teacher Education Programs. Teacher Education and Practice, 27 (1), 12-43.

Carpenter, B. S., & Cifuentes, L. (2011). Visual culture and literacy online: Image galleries as sites of learning. Art Education, 64(4), 33-40.

Carpenter, B. S. & Tavin, K. (2010). Drawing (past, present, and future) together: A (graphic) look at the reconceptualization of art education. Studies in Art Education, 51(4), 327-352.

Carpenter, B. S., Chien, C-F.,* Hartman, J.,* McCartney, L. L.,* Sourdot, L. A., Nichols, J. T.,* Elizondo, K.,* & Muñoz, M.* (2010). Real world reflections on virtual world instruction: An autobiographical discussion about distance education, on-line learning, and visual culture. Trends, 31-38.

Carpenter, B. S., Cornelius, A.,* & Sherow, E.* (2010). Water: Contemporary art and social issues. Art Education, 63(6), 25-32.

Carpenter, B. S., Cornelius, A.,* Muñoz, M.,* & Sherow, E.* (2009). Engaging social justice and place-based education. Trends, 31-36.

Carpenter, B. S., Sullivan, G., & Zimmerman, E. (2009). Mentoring graduate research: A conversation with B. S. Carpenter II, G. Sullivan, & E. Zimmerman. Visual Arts Research, 35(2),127-136.

Sourdot, L. A.* & Carpenter, B. S. (2009). (Over)turning the tables: Aliens in America as a curriculum of identity construction and (multi)cultural violence. Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 27, 107-121.

Carpenter, B. S. (2008). From maps to tangled webs: A brief reflection on multilinear thematic curriculum design in professional development workshops and higher education courses. Trends, 27-31.

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2007). Mediating art education: Digital kids, art, and technology. Visual Arts Research, 33(1), 92-103.

Carpenter, B. S., Bey, S., & Smith, M. M. (2007). Inspirational clay studio practices and visiting artists: Products and altar installations. Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 25, 25-37.

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2007). Hypermediated art criticism. The Journal of Aesthetic Education, 41(3), 1-24.

Springgay, S., & Carpenter, B. S. (2007). “Unframing” arts based research: New directions and conversations. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 4(1), 9-15.

Carpenter, B. S. (2007). Ceramics as hypertext and curriculum: Malcolm Mobutu Smith’s complex and complicated clay conversations. Terracotta (n.p.). Retrieved http://www.terracottamag.com.

Cifuentes, L., Carpenter, B. S., & Bulu, S.* (2006). An online collaborative environment for sharing visual culture. Journal of Visual Literacy, 26(2), 45-62.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Whose line is it anyway?: Visual culture spaces as learning environments. Visual Arts Research, 32(2), 69-72.

Carpenter, B. S., & Taylor, P. G. (2006). Making meaningful connections: Interactive computer hypertext in art education. Computers in the Schools. . . the interdisciplinary journal of practice, theory, and applied research, 23(1/2), 149 -161.

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Digital kids and visual culture: Art education and curriculum in an age of immersive digital technology. Cultuur + Educatie, De beeldcultuur van kinderen, internationale kinderkunst na het modernisme, 15. Cultuurnetwerk Nederland, Utrecht, 47 – 62. Retrieved http://www.cultuurnetwerk.nl/producten_en_diensten/Publicaties/pdf/cpluse15overig.pdf

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Computer hypertextual “uncovering” in art education. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 14(1), 25-45.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). I love you once a year: My funny valentine. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 1(2), 8 -13.

Carpenter, B. S., & Langston, L. P. (2004). Engaging contemporary art students: Making meaning in a visual world. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 1(2), 74-78.

Carpenter, B. S., & Taylor, P. G. (2003). Racing thoughts: Altering our ways of knowing and being through computer hypertext. Studies in Art Education, 45(1), 40-55.

Carpenter, B. S. (2003). Never a dull moment: Pat’s barbershop as educational environment, hypertext, and place. Journal of Cultural Research in Art Education, 21, 5-18.

Carpenter, B. S. (2002). Wildenhain: Ripples on the pond. Ceramics: Art and Perception, 50, 57-60.

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2002). Inventively linking: Teaching and learning with computer hypertext. Art Education, 55(4), 6-12.

Carpenter, B. S. (2002). The stories of Flo Oy Wong: A look at a visiting artist workshop. Art Education, 55(1), 17-24.

Carpenter, B. S. (1999). Thoughts on black art and stereotypes: Visualizing racism. Journal of Multicultural and Cross-cultural Research in Art Education, 17, 101-113.

Carpenter, B. S. (1999). Art lessons: Learning to interpret, Educational Leadership, 57(3), 46-48.

Carpenter, B. S. (1997). The postmodern pots of Malcolm Mobutu. Ceramics: Art and Perception, 30, 3-9.

Saxe, A., Lebow, E., & Carpenter, B. S. (1995). Ceramics symposium what’s clay got to do with it? Studio Potter, 24(1),1-6.

 

Book Chapters

Carpenter, B. S., and Lin, Y. (2014). Looking Back, Looking Closer, Looking Through, and Looking Beyond: Translating New Media Art Education as Visual Culture Pedagogy. In Stokrocki, M. (Ed.) Exploration in Virtual Worlds: New Digital Multi-Media Literacy Investigations for Art Education, pp. 9-14. National Art Education Association: Reston, VA.

Taylor, P. G., & Carpenter, B. S. (2013). Social Justice Art and Pedagogy: Taking Action (Because it’s the Right Thing to Do). In Ballengee-Morris, C., and Tavin, K. (Eds). Standing up for social justice, pp. 121-127. National Art Education Association, Reston, VA.

Ballengee Morris, C., & Carpenter, B. S. (2012). On being invisible and passing through walls: Toward a pedagogy of seeing and being scene. In Susana Gonçalves and Markus Carpenter (Eds.). Diversity, Intercultural Encounters, and Education. Routledge.

Carpenter, B. S. (2012). E-Mail from a digital daddy: A conversation with my (future) child in an age of digital (communication) technology. In Springgay, S. & Freedman, D. (2012). Mothering a bodied curriculum: Emplacement, desire, affect, (103-123).Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Carpenter, B. S., & Muñoz, M.* (2012). In search of environmental justice and clean water: Encouraging artistic and collaborative responses through the possibilities of sustainable appropriate technologies. In Hoctritt, L., Quinn, T., & Ploof, J. (Eds.), Art and Social Justice Education: Culture as Commons. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis.

Carpenter, B. S., Muñoz, O., Muñoz, M.,* Arcak, C.,* Cornelius, A.,* & Boulanger, B. (2011). Re/searching for clean water: Artists, community workers and engineers in partnership for positive community change. In Cheryl McLean (Ed.), Creative Arts in Research for Community and Cultural Change, (pp. 41-64). Calgary: Detselig/Temeron Press.

Carpenter, B. S. (2011). Confronting and confusing images: Resisting visual representations of racial and cultural stereotypes in and through digitally mediated visual culture. In B. Young (Ed., 2nd Ed.), Art, culture, and ethnicity, (pp. 91-99).  Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Taylor, P. G., Ballengee-Morris, C., & Carpenter, B. S. (2011). Digital visual culture, social networking, and virtual worlds: Second life and art education. In R. Sweeny (Ed.), Inter/Actions/Inter/Sections: Art Education in a Digital Visual Culture, (pp. 210-218). Reston, VA. National Art Education Association.

Arcak, C.,* Lipsett, T.,* & Carpenter, B. S. (2010). The spectacle of expulsion: A review of the performance of the curricular big top. In Maudlin, J. G., Stodghill, B., and He, M. F (Eds.), Engaging the possibilities & complexities of hope: Utterances of curriculum and Pedagogy’s Past, Present, and Future, (pp. 37-50). Troy, NY: Educators International Press.

Carpenter, B. S., Taylor, P. G., & Cho, M. (2010). Making a (visual/visible) difference because people matter: Responsible artists and artistic responses to community. In T. Anderson, D. Gussak, K. K. Hallmark, & A. Paul. (Eds.), Art education working for social justice (pp. 60-66). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Simms, M.,* & Carpenter, B. S. (2009) Putting the world together: Virtual globes and the changing nature of (digital) global representations. In E. M. Delacruz, A. Arnold, A. Kuo, & M. Parsons, (Eds.), Globalization, art, and education (pp. 135-141). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Carpenter, B. S., & Sourdot, L. A.* (2009). What are you watching?: Pre-service pedagogy and representations of identity in video and television visual culture. In J. Sandlin, B. Schultz, & J. Burdick (Eds.), Handbook of public pedagogy: Education and learning beyond schooling (pp. 444-455). New York: Routledge.

Carpenter, B. S. (2009). Embodied social justice: Water filter workshops as public pedagogy. In J. Sandlin, B. Schultz, & J. Burdick (Eds.), Handbook of public pedagogy: Education and learning beyond schooling (pp. 337-340). New York: Routledge.

Carpenter, B. S., & Tavin, K. (2009) Art education beyond reconceptualization: Enacting curriculum through/with/by/for/of/in/beyond visual culture, community and public pedagogy. In E. Malewski (Ed.), Curriculum studies—the next moment: Exploring post-reconceptualization (pp. 244-258). New York: Routledge.

Carpenter, B. S., & Taylor, P. G. (2009). You’ve got to see this: Looking back on/forward from on-line hypermediated art criticism and collaborative digital technology. In T. Kidd & I. Chen (Eds.), Wired for learning: An educator’s guide to web 2.0 (pp. 215-232). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Hoyt, M. W.,* & Carpenter, B. S. (2008). Navigating water/democracy: Thirst, irrigate, drown, cleanse. In A. Fidyk, J. Wallin, & K. den Heyer (Eds), Democratizing educational experience: Envisioning, embodying, enacting (pp. 61-82). Troy, NY: Educators International Press.

Carpenter, B. S. (2008). Social implications of information and communication technologies: A few interdisciplinary thoughts. In T. Kidd & I Chen (Eds.), Social information technology: Connecting society and cultural issues (pp. xv-xviii). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Carpenter, B. S., & Taylor, P. G. (2006). Making meaningful connections: Interactive computer hypertext in art education. In C. D. Maddux & D. L. Johnson (Eds.), Type II uses of technology in education: Projects, case study, and software applications (pp. 149-161). Binghamton, NY: The Haworth Press.

Taylor, P. G., Carpenter, B. S., Golden, A.,* & Church, T. (2006). When looking and making is not enough: Four voices on real visual culture curriculum. In P. Duncum (Ed.), Visual culture in the art class: Case studies (117-125). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Carpenter, B. S., & Taylor, P. G. (2005). University-community partnerships: Toward a post-modern approach to art supervision. In B. Rushlow (Ed.), The changing roles of arts leadership (pp. 104-115). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Carpenter, B. S. (2003). Making meaning meaningful: Interpreting contemporary ceramics with “at risk” high school students. In S. Klein (Ed.). Teaching art in context: Case studies for preservice art education (pp. 41-45). Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

Carpenter, B. S., & Sessions, B. (2002). (Re)shaping the elementary art curriculum: Content and context centered clay instruction. In Y. Gaudelius & P. Speirs (Eds.), Contemporary issues in art education (pp. 370-383). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice-Hall.

Carpenter, B. S., & Carpenter, D. S. (1999). Promoting a positive self-image through visual and verbal inquiry: Art appreciation for multiply handicapped students (pp. 118-131). In A. Nyman & A. Jenkins (Eds.), Issues and approaches to art for special needs students. Reston, VA: National Art Education Association.

 

Editorials

Carpenter, B. S., and Sandlin, J. (2012). Ignorance and indifference: Musings on not knowing and not caring. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 9(2), 1-6.

Carpenter, B. S., and Tavin, K. (2012). Drawn together: Framing the editorial or how (not) to publish art education research as a graphic novel. Visual Arts Research, 38(1),v-x.

Sandlin, J. and Carpenter, B. S. (2012). Spaces within/spaces between: Borders, monsters, and bears. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 9(1), 1-6.

Carpenter, B. S. & Springgay, S. (2011). The politics of creativity, urban renewal, and education. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 8(2), 97-100.

Springgay, S. & Carpenter, B. S. (2011). The willfulness of curriculum and pedagogy. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 8(1), 1-3.

Taylor, P. G. & Carpenter, B. S. (2011). Re. Art Education, 64(2), 5.

Carpenter, B. S. & Springgay, S. (2010). Technology and collaboration. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 7(2), 1-5.

Springgay, S. & Carpenter, B. S. (2010). The absurdity of excuse. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 7(1), 1-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2009). Virtual worlds as educational experience: Living and learning in interesting times. The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 2(1). Retrieved February 26, 2010, from https://journals.tdl.org/jvwr/article/view/625/469

Jarmon, L. H., Lim, K. Y., & Carpenter, B. S. (Eds.). (2009). Pedagogy, education and innovation in 3-D virtual worlds. The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 2(1). Retrieved February 26, 2010, from https://journals.tdl.org/jvwr/article/view/639/470

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Exemplary content, curricula, and criteria for assessment in art education.  Art Education 59(6), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Back to school. Art Education 59(5), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Looking back, around, and forward. Art Education, 59(4), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Novices and veterans. Art Education, 59(3), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Where is the coffee shop in art education?. Art Education, 59(2), 4.

Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Sharing Concerns, Teaming Up and Reaching Out. Art Education, 59(1), 4-5.

Milam, J.,* Springgay, S., Sloan, K., & Carpenter, B. S. (2006). Introduction. In, J.Milam, S. Springgay, K. Sloan, & B. S. Carpenter (Eds.), Curriculum for a progressive, provocative, poetic, and public pedagogy (pp. xxv-xxxiv). Troy, NY: Educators International Press.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). The return of visual culture (Why not?). Art Education, 58(6), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Telling stories, telling tales. Art Education, 58(5), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Disciplines, boundaries and bridges. Art Education, 58(4), 4.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Mediating culture. Art Education, 58(3), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Designing art education. Art Education, 58(2), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2005). Standards, guidelines, and traditions. Art Education, 58(1), 4-5).

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Learning environments for show and tell. Art Education, 57(6), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Community, collaboration, and culture. Art Education,57(5), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Art and the public. Art Education, 57(4), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Reflection and dialogue. Art Education, 57(3), 4.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Telling stories through contemporary images. Art Education, 57(2), 4-5.

Carpenter, B. S. (2004). Goals and purposes. Art Education, 57(1), 4-5.

 

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