Transnational Black Feminist theories
Anticolonial and decolonizing research
English as a Second Language
Tanja Burkhard is an assistant professor in the College of Education & Human Development’s Department of Educational Policy Studies. Her research focuses on the deployment of critical and anticolonial qualitative methodologies to explore the intersections of racialization, (im)migration and gender in education.
Burkhard, T. and Park. S. (2023). Translating (in) the Margins: The dilemmas, ethics, and politics of a transnational feminist approach to translating in multilingual qualitative Research. Qualitative Research [online first]
Burkhard, T. (2022). Transnational Black Feminism in Qualitative Research: Black Women, Racialization and Migration. Routledge.
Burkhard, T. (2022). Facing post-truth conspiracies in the classroom: A Black feminist autoethnography of teaching for liberation after the summer of racial reckoning. Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, 11 (3) 24-39. https://doi.org/10.1525/dcqr.2022.11.3.24.
Burkhard, T., Kinloch, V., Graham, D. & Yarborough, K. (2022). Othered Intersections: Race Talk and the Experiences of Black Women Teachers in US Classrooms, in Gist, C. and Bristol, T. (Eds.) Handbook of Research on Teachers of Color and Indigenous Teachers. American Educational Research Association
Burkhard, T. and Deiri, Y. (2021). Reflecting on Violent Ruptures and Loss in Qualitative Research: A Poetic Inquiry. International Review of Qualitative Research, 15 (3), 381-398.
Kinloch, V., Penn, C., & Burkhard, T. (2020). Black Lives Matter: Storying, Identities, and Counternarratives. Journal of Literacy Research, 54 (4), 382-405. https://doi.org/10.1177/1086296X20966372
Burkhard, T. (2020). A New Spelling of My Name”: Becoming a (Black, feminist, immigrant) Autoethnographer through Zami. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies, 20 (2), 124-133.
Burkhard, T. (2019). I Need You to Tell My Story: Co-Constructing Qualitative Inquiry as/with Black Transnational Women. Cultural Studies <-> Critical Methodologies, 19 (3), 184-192. https://doi.org/10.1177/1532708618817883