Dr. Erica Davila

Professor, Educational Leadership, College of Education

Ph.D., University of Illinois, 2005
M.Ed., University of Illinois, 2001

Celebration of Scholarship:
LACU 2018 Racial Justice Lasallian Colloquy
Faculty Project in Education

Exceptional Service:

Elected Vice President, Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA) in March 2018; will serve as program chair for the 2019 annual conference in May hosted by the University of Southern California (USC); and she will be President in the 2019-2020 academic year.

Scholarly Presentations:

Dávila, E. R. (2018, November). Pedagogy of Permaculture and Food Justice. AmericanEducational Studies Association, Greenville, SC.

Dávila, E. R. (2018, October). To Serve the People: Transformational Praxis of the Young Lords. 8th International Conference on Education and Social Justice, Honolulu, HI.

Dávila, E. R., Kim, J. & Dieter, M. (2018, June). Critical Pedagogy in Two Lasallian Educational Settings. II Simposio Internacional y V Institucional de Experiencias Docentes. Bogota, Colombia.

Dávila, E. R., Gamboa-Turner, G. & Stovall, D. (2018,June). Redefining the Long Term: Schooling and the Prison Industrial Complex. Critical Race Studies in Education Association, Albuquerque, NM.

Dávila, E. R., Benson, R. & Aviles, A. M. (2018,April). City of Wind, City of Fire: Youth Activism and Curricular Formations in Chicago 1966-1975. American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Dávila, E. R. (2018, February). Ethnic Studies and Math Pedagogies. A People’s Education Conference: Intersectional Ethnic Studies, Los Angeles, CA.

Scholarly Publications:

Dávila, E. R. (2019). Collaboration, Community and Collectives: Research for and by the People. In K.K. Strunk and L.A. Locke (Eds.). Research Methods for Social Justice and Equity in Education. Palgrave.

Aviles, A. M., Benson, R., & Dávila, E. R. (2019). Our political line was to serve the people: Community education and the transformational praxis of the Chicago Young Lords Organization. T. R. Berry, C. A. Kalinec-Craig & M. A. Rodriguez(Eds.), Latinx Curriculum Theorizing. Race & Ed. Series: Lexington Books. (Invited)

Dávila, E. R. & Aviles, A. M. (2018). Afro-Puerto Rican Primas: Identity, Pedagogy and Solidarity. J. Ewing Flynn, S. Shelton & T. Grassland (Eds). Feminism and Intersectionality in Academia: Womens Narratives and Experiences in Higher Education. Palgrave.

Dávila, E. R. & Luna, J. (Eds) (2018). Introduction to Special Issue: Critical Qualitative Research and STEM Pedagogy. Journal of Educational Foundations. (Special Issue Guest Editor). V31 (1 & 2) pp. 6-8.

Luna, J., Dávila, E. R. & Rosario, A. (2018). Pedagogy of Permaculture and Food Justice. Journal of Educational Foundations. V31 (1 & 2) pp.57-85.

De Dios, M., Dávila, E. R., Gamboa-Turner, V., Pulido, I., Shony, A. & Stovall, D. (2018). Redefining the Long Term: Schooling and the Prison Industrial Complex. Kim, A. Meiners, E., Petty, J., Petty, A., Richie, B. and Ross, S. (Eds). The Long Term. Haymarket Books.

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