MONISHA BAJAJ, ED.D.
Books and Edited Volumes
Bajaj, M. (2011). Schooling for Social Change: The Rise and Impact of Human Rights Education in India. New York & London: Continuum Publishers. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (Ed.) (2008). The Encyclopedia of Peace Education. North Carolina: Information Age Publishing. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2003). Guía de Educación en Derechos Humanos. Santo Domingo: UNESCO. [click here]
Bajaj, M. & Brantmeier, E. Guest Editors. (2011). Special issue of the Journal of Peace Education on The Politics, Possibilities and Praxis of a Critical Peace Education. 8(3).
Bajaj, M. (2012). Human Rights Education in Small Schools in India. Peace Review 24(1), 6-13. [click here]
Bajaj, M. & Pathmarajah, M. (2011). En‘gender’ing Agency: The Differentiated Impact of Educational Initiatives in Zambia and India. Feminist Formations 23(3), 48-67. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2011). Human Rights Education: Ideology, Location, and Approaches. Human Rights Quarterly 33, 481-508. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2011). Teaching to Transform, Transforming to Teach: Exploring the Role of Teachers in Human Rights Education in India. Educational Research 53(2), 207-221. [click here]
Iyengar, R. & Bajaj, M. (2011). After the Smoke Clears: Examining Curricular Approaches to Environmental Education in Bhopal, India. Comparative Education Review, 55(3), 424-456. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2010). From 'Time Pass' to Transformative Force: School-based Human Rights Education in Tamil Nadu, India. International Journal of Educational Development. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2010). Inter-Generational Perspectives on Education and Employment in the Zambian Copperbelt. Comparative Education Review. 54(2), 175-197. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2010). Conjectures on peace education and Gandhian studies:
Method, institutional development, and globalization. Journal of Peace Education. 7(1), 47-62. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2009). Why Context Matters: the Material Conditions of Caring in Zambia. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 22(4), 379–398.
Bajaj, M. (2009). ‘I have big things planned for my future’: The Limits and Possibilities of Transformative Agency in Zambian Schools. Compare 39(4), 551-568. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2009). Undoing Gender?: A Case Study of School Policy and Practice in Zambia. International Review of Education. 55(5), 483-502
Bajaj, M. & Chiu, B. (2009). Education for Sustainable Development as Peace Education. Peace & Change 34(4), 441-455. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2008). Schooling in the Shadow of Death: Youth Agency and HIV/AIDS in Zambia. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 43(3), 307-329. [click here]
Bajaj, M. (2004). Human Rights Education and Student Self-Conception in the Dominican Republic.In The Journal of Peace Education, 1(1), 21-36.
Bajaj, M. (2009). Sugar Daddies and the Danger of Sugar: Cross-Generational Relationships, HIV/AIDS and Secondary Schooling in Zambia. In Wiseman, A. and Baker, D. (Eds.) Gender, Inequality, and Education from International and Comparative Perspectives. (pp. 123-143)Oxford, UK: Elsevier Science Ltd. [click here]
Bajaj, M. & Valera, C. (2009). The emergence of human rights education amidst ethnic conflict in the Dominican Republic. In McGlynn, C., Zembylas M., Bekerman, Z., & Gallagher, T. (Eds.) Peace education in conflict and post-conflict societies: comparative perspectives. (pp. 43-57) New York: Palgrave MacMillan
Bajaj, M. (2009). Innovation and Transformation at a Zambian School. In Cohan, A. & Honigsfeld, A. (Eds.) Breaking the Mold of School Instruction and Organization: Innovative and Successful Practices for the 21st Century. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Valera, C. & Bajaj, M. (2009). Perfil de la Educación en Derechos Humanos en la República Dominicana. In Magendzo, A. (Ed.) Ideas fuerzas y pensamiento en Educación en derechos humanos en América Latina. (pp. 312-330). Santiago, Chile: UNESCO.
Curricular & Online Resources Developed
"People Power & Pedagogies of Protest," Resource Guide and Lessons for Teaching about the Uprisings in the Middle East & North Africa (2011, with Carine Allaf)
"Online Encyclopedia of Peace Education," (2008), 50-entry Resource
"Teaching Community" Curriculum Guide for film Favela Rising (2006, with Melissa Kelly)
"Human Rights in Haiti: A 3-lesson unit for high school level students on understanding the present-day situation of human rights in Haiti," (2004) published on Amnesty International's human rights education resource site.