Keenan, H.B. & Krishnan, M. (In Press). Our Many Selves. Chapter 1 in Trans Bodies, Trans Selves (2nd Ed.). Oxford University Press.
Keenan, H.B. (2019). Selective memory: California mission history and the problem of historical violence in elementary school textbooks. Teachers College Record, 121(8).
Keenan, H.B. (2019). Visiting Chutchui: The making of a colonial counterstory on an elementary school field trip. Theory & Research in Social Education, 47(1), 52-75.
Keenan, H.B. (2018). Sweetening the past: Selling heritage at Knott's Berry Farm. In Gross, M.H. & Terra, L. (Eds.), Teaching and Learning the Difficult Past: Comparative Perspectives. New York: Routledge.
Meyer, E.J. & Keenan, H.B. (2018). Can policies help schools affirm gender diversity? A policy archaeology of transgender-inclusive policies in California schools. Gender and Education, 30(6), 736-753.
Keenan, H.B. (2017). Unscripting curriculum: Toward a critical trans pedagogy. Harvard Educational Review, 87(4), 538-556.
Keenan, H.B. (2017). Khaki drag: Race, gender, and the performance of professionalism in teacher education. (see excerpt at link) In Picower, B. & Kohli, R. (Eds.), Confronting Racism in Teacher Education. New York: Routledge.
Popular press Articles & Essays
Summer School, 2015 - self published account of a summer spent teaching first graders.
Dear Trans Kids: (From a Trans Teacher) in The Huffington Post.
The Spectacle of the Transgender Child in The Feminist Wire
Book Review: Reaching and teaching students in poverty. in Rethinking Schools
Media references & Interviews
Interview: The Power of Representation and Inclusive Curriculum on Heinemann’s Beyond the Letters podcast with Kate Roberts & Maggie Beattie Roberts.
Interview: What Educators Can Learn from Indigenous Counterstory on Elementary School Field Trips on Visions of Education podcast.
Ms., Mr., or Mx.? Non binary teachers embrace gender-neutral honorific on NBC National News.
Trans Teachers Network Pens Open Letter In Support of Trans Teen Headed to SCOTUS. In The Huffington Post.
Students Enjoy Hands-On Learning through Stanford Summer Explorations. In the Sunnyvale School District Digest.
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