Bolgatz, J. (2005). Talking race in the classroom. New York: Teachers College Press.
Peer Reviewed Articles
Bolgatz, J. & Crowley, R. (2015). Voting Rights Act of 1965: In whose interest? Social Education, 79(5), 239-243.
Bolgatz, J. & Marino, M. (2014). Incorporating more of the world into world history textbooks: A review of high school world history texts. World History Connected. University of Illinois Press: Champaign, IL.
Marino, M. & Bolgatz, J. (2010). Weaving a fabric of world history?: An analysis of U.S. state standards in world history. Theory and Research in Social Education. Vol. 38 No. 3, 366-394.
Bolgatz, J. (2007). Exploring complexity within a “best story” of U. S. history: Kernels of inquiry in a 5th grade class. International Journal of Social Education. Vol. 22 No. 1.
Bolgatz, J. (2007). More than Rosa Parks: Critical multicultural social studies in a fourth grade class. Transformations. Vol. 43 No.1, 39-51.
Bolgatz, J. (2011). Teachers initiating conversations about race and racism in a high school class. In K. L. Koppelman. Perspectives on human differences: Selected readings on diversity in America. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. (abridged reprint of Bolgatz, 2005. Multicultural Perspectives. Vol. 7 No. 3, 28-35).
Bolgatz, J. & Colleary, K. (2008). What color was Joan of Arc’s hair?: Developing critical literacy through historical thinking skills. In L. Wallowitz (Ed.) Critical literacy as resistance: Teaching for social justice across the secondary curriculum. New York: Peter Lang.
Bolgatz, J. (2006). Using primary documents with fourth grade students: Talking about racism while preparing for standardized tests. In S. G. Grant (Ed.) Measuring history: Cases of state-level testing across the United States. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing.
Bolgatz, J. (2008). Book review of Catherine Cornbleth Diversity and the New Teacher: Learning from Experience in Urban Schools. Teachers College Record, November 14, 2008 http://www.tcrecord.org.
Bolgatz, J. (2007). Book review of Gloria Ladson-Billings (Ed.) Critical race theory perspectives on the social studies: The profession, policies, and curriculum. Urban Education, Vol. 42 No. 1, 111-118.