Maria Elena Torre, BA
Ms. Torre is a doctoral student at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Her work in participatory action research has focused on youth populations, affirmative action and youth advocacy, and access to higher education for incarcerated individuals.
- Visiting Assistant Professor and Chair of Education Studies, Eugene Lang College, The New School For Liberal Arts, New York, NY
- Social Personality Psychology Doctoral Program, Candidate, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, NY
- B.A., 1993, New School For Social Research, Eugene Lang College, New York, NY
- Torre, M.E. & Fine, M. Researching for justice: Participatory action research from within and across difference. (forthcoming). Children, Youth and Environments.
- Torre, M.E. & Cahill, C. (in press). Beyond the journal article: Representations, audience and products of research. In S. Kindon, R. Pain & M. Kesby (Eds.), Participatory Action Research Approaches and Methods: Connecting People, Participation and Place. NY: Routledge.
- Torre, M.E. & Fine, M. (in press). Researching together across difference: Methods for anti-racist teaching and learning. In Pollock, M. (Ed.), Everyday Antiracism: Concrete Ways to Successfully Navigate the Relevance of Race in School. New York: The New Press.
- Torre, M.E., Fine, M., Alexander, N. & Genao, E. (in press). Moving to the rhythm of social justice: Urban young women's experiences of research and action. In B. Leadbeater & N. Way (Eds.), Urban Girls, Revisited. NY: New York University Press.
- Fine, M. & Torre, M.E. (2006). Intimate details: Participatory action research in prison. Action Research, 4(3), 253-269.
- A Case For Passive Consent
- Going Out on a Limb
- Participatory Action Research
- Research That's Personally Meaningful