Between the Wizard and the Deep Blue Sea
Woolworth, S. (2010). Between the wizard and the deep blue sea: Notes on homeless youth advocacy and community coalition building. Cultural Studies, Critical Methodologies. Vol. 10(1), 70-76.
Charting a Different Course
Woolworth, S. (2008). Charting a different course: The infusion of social policy and community studies in teacher education. The Journal of the Association of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges of Teacher Education. Vol. 5(1), 29-44
If Dr. King was a Principal
Hillis, M., & Woolworth, S. (2008). If Dr. King was a principal: Building the ‘beloved community' in schools. Democracy & Education. Vol.18(1), 9-15.--http://eric.ed.gov:80/
Review of High Stakes Education
Woolworth, S. (2007). Review of high stakes education: Inequality, globalization and urban school reform by Lipman, P. (2003). New York: RoutledgeFalmer Press. Urban Education, 42(3), 284-291.
When Physicians and Psychologists Parted Ways
Woolworth, S. (2006). When physicians and psychologists parted ways: Professional turf wars in child study and special education. In B. Beatty, E. Cahan, & J. Grant. (Eds.). Science Encounters the Child: Education, Parenting, and Child Welfare in20th-Century America. New York: Teachers College Press.
Destroy the Scum, and then Neuter their Families
Coffey, B., & Woolworth, S. (2004). "Destroy the scum, and then neuter their families": The web forum as a vehicle for community discourse? The Social Science Journal, 41, 1-14--http://www.sciencedirect.