Faculty Directory

Lauri Johnson

Associate Professor; Department Chair, Education Leadership and Higher Education

Department

ELHE Educational Leadership & Higher Education

Publications (since 2016)

Edited Book

  • Winton, S. & Johnson, L. (Eds.) (2017). Engaging families, educators, and communities as educational advocates. New York: Routledge.

Journal Special Issues

  • Johnson, L. & Crow, G. (Eds.) (2017). Professional identities of school leaders across international contexts. [Special Issue]. Educational Management, Administration, & Leadership, 45(5). Podcast available at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/suppl/10.1177/2050449717712316
  • Johnson, L., & Winton, S. (Eds.) (2016). Families, educators, and communities as educational advocates: Cross-national perspectives.  [Special Issue]. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1).


Referred Articles

  • Johnson, L. (2021). Portraits of UK Black and South Asian headteachers five years on: Leadership retention in the age of academisation. Educational Management, Administration, & Leadership, 49(4).
  • Johnson, L., & Caraballo, L. (2019). Multicultural education in the US and UK in the 1980s and beyond: The role of interest convergence-divergence. Multicultural Education Review, 11(3), 155-171.
  • Johnson, L., & Pak, Y. (2019). Teaching for diversity: Intercultural and intergroup education in the public schools, 1920s-1970s. Review of Research in Education, 43(1), 1-31.
  • Johnson, L. & Pak, Y. (2018). Leadership for democracy in challenging times: Historical case studies in the US and Canada. Educational Administration Quarterly, 54(3), 396-426.
  • Johnson, L. (2017).  “Educating for democratic living”: The City-wide Citizens’ Committee on Harlem (CWCCH), 1941-1947. Historia Social y de la Educacion/Social and Education History6(3), 261 – 289. Available at: http://hipatiapress.com/hpjournals/index.php/hse/article/view/2871/pdf
  • Johnson, L. (2017). The lives and identities of UK Black and South Asian head teachers: Metaphors of leadership. Educational Management, Administration, & Leadership, 45(5), 842-862. Click here to view EMAL Best Paper Podcast.
  • Johnson, L. (2016). Boundary spanners and advocacy leaders: Black educators and race equality work in Toronto and London, 1968 - 1995. Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1), 91 - 115.

Referred Book Chapters

  • Johnson, L., & Winton, S. (in press 2021). Researching educational advocacy from multiple perspectives: Findings from the WERA International Research Network on Engaging Families, Communities, and Educators as Educational Advocates. In I. Gogolin & L. Ebersohn (Eds.), Global perspectives on educational research. Routledge.
  • Johnson, L. (in press 2021). “Outsiders within”: Black women headteachers of the Windrush generation. In P. Moorsi, V. Showunmi, C. Shakeshaft, & I. Oplatka (Eds.), Bloomsbury handbook for gender and educational leadership and management. Bloomsbury.
  • Scanlan, M., & Johnson, L. (2020).  Inclusive leadership on the social frontiers: Family and community engagement. In G. Theoharis & M. Scanlan (Eds.), Leadership for increasingly diverse schools (2nd ed., pp. 227 – 258). Routledge
  • Johnson, L. (2020). Moral leaders for multicultural Britain: The lives and identities of UK South Asian head teachers. In J. C. Veenis, S. Robertson, & J. R. Berry (Eds.), Multiculturalism and multilingualism at the crossroads of school leadership: Exploring leadership theory, policy, and practice for diverse schools (pp. 17 – 31). Springer.
  • Johnson, L. (2017). Boundary spanners and advocacy leaders: Black educators and race equality work in Toronto and London, 1968 - 1995. In S. Winton & L. Johnson (Eds.), Engaging families, educators, and communities as educational advocates. New York: Routledge. (Reprinted from Leadership and Policy in Schools, 15(1), 91 – 115.)
  • Johnson, L. (2017). Interpreting historical responses to racism by UK Black and South Asian headteachers through the lens of generational consciousness. In S. Courtney, R. McGinity, & H. Gunter (Eds.), Educational leadership: Theorising professional practice in neoliberal times (pp. 124 – 137). London: Routledge.
  • Johnson, L. (2016). Culturally responsive leadership for community empowerment. In Y. K. Cha, J. Gundara, S. H. Ham, & M. Lee (Eds.), Multicultural education in glocal perspectives: Policy and institutionalization (pp. 183-199). Dortrecht: Springer.