Photo of University Hall

View Profile Page

Faculty/Staff Login:

Monica Taylor

Professor, Educational Foundations

Office:
University Hall 2142
Email:
taylorm@montclair.edu
Phone:
973-655-6952
Degrees:
BA, University of Pennsylvania
MS, City College of New York
PhD, University of Arizona
vCard:
Download vCard

Profile

Monica Taylor is the Director of Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies and a feminist professor and social justice advocate in the Department of Educational Foundations. She also is Academic Co-Editor of The Educational Forum. She writes about feminist pedagogy, self-study, LGBTQ+ inclusive practices, teaching for social justice, and teacher leadership. She recently co-edited The 2nd International Handbook of Self-Study of Teaching and Teacher Education Practices and is currently writing a book, Our bodies tell the story: Using co/autoethnography to disrupt the patriarchy in our lives and in our classroom. She serves on the Board of Planned Parenthood of Metro NJ and volunteers as an advocate for asylum seekers as well as for voter protection. Her commitments to fighting sexism, heteronormativity, and racism manifest in all aspects of her life.

Specialization

Feminist and Queer Pedagogy
School Based Teacher Education
Co/Autoethnography
Self Study/Action Research
Teacher Leadership
Theater of the Oppressed
Embodied Pedagogy
Gender and Sexuality in Teacher Education

Resume/CV

Links