Here are titles and citations for peer-reviewed articles I've written to date. You can access full-text versions of many of these at my academia.edu profile by clicking on the link at the top right of the page.
Brooks, J. S., Kensler, L.A.W., Rickards, L. & Verlie, B. (In Preparation). Climate Change in Education.
Daly, A. J., Brooks, J. S., Brooks, M. C. Sum, N. Bjorkland, P. Cadiff, A. & Sinclair, M. (In Preparation). Australian teachers flourishing at work: A social network analysis.
Sum, N. & Brooks, J. S. (In Review). School leadership, cultural literacy and border crossing.
Arnold, N. W. & Brooks, J. S. (In Review). Educational leaders’ information grounds, identity and immigrant diversity.
Diem, S. L., Welton, A. & Brooks, J. S. (In Press). Anti-racism education activism in multiple contexts.
Rickards, L., Verlie, B., Brooks, J. S. & Kensler, L.A.W. (In Press). Climate change in Education.
Yap, S. N. K. & Brooks, J. S. (In Press). Technology leadership and student voice in urban and rural schools: A comparative case study.
Sinclair, M. & Brooks, J. S. (In Press). The inequitable processes of policy production: A critical policy analysis of school funding in Australia.
Brooks, J. S. & Brooks, M. C. (In Press). School leadership between the cross and the crescent: Principals and spiritual capital in the southern Philippines.
Brooks, M. C., Brooks, J. S., Mutohar, A. & Taufiq, I. (2020). Principals as socio-religious curators: Progressive and conservative approaches in Islamic schools. Journal of Educational Administration.
Kee, C. E. & Brooks, J. S. (2018). Exploring developmental mathematics from faculty members’ perspectives: How internal and external dynamics influence student success in a community college. Asia Pacific Journal of Social and Behavioral Sciences 15: 1-22.
Brooks, J. S. & Watson, T. N. (2018). School leadership and racism: An ecological perspective. Urban Education 53(9): 1-25
Brooks, M. C. & Brooks, J. S. (2018). Culturally (ir)relevant school leadership: Ethno-religious conflict and school administration in the Philippines. International Journal of Leadership in Education 21(5): 1-24.
Brooks, J. S., Normore, A. H. & Wilkinson, J. (2017). School leadership, Social justice and immigration: Examining, exploring and extending two frameworks. International Journal of Educational Management (31)5: 679-690.
Barakat, M. & Brooks, J. S. (2016). When globalization causes cultural conflict: Leadership in the context of an Egyptian/American school. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership 19(4): 3-15. DOI: 10.1177/1555458916672707
Clemans, A., Rickinson, M., Wilkinson, J. & Brooks, J. S. (2016). Principal preparation in Victoria, Australia: Conceptual foundations and design of the Unlocking Potential program. Journal of Authentic Leadership in Education (5)1. Avaliable at: http://csle.nipissingu.ca/JALE/Vol5Num1.pdf
Brooks, J. S. & Normore, A. N. (2015). Qualitative research and educational leadership: Essential dynamics to consider when designing and conducting studies. International Journal of Educational Management (29)7: 1-9.
Fraise, N. J. & Brooks, J. S. (2015). Toward a theory of culturally relevant leadership for school-community culture. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 17(1): (6-21) Avalable at: http://ijme-journal.org/index.php/ijme/article/view/983/1042
Brooks, J. S. & Sutherland, I. E. (2014). Educational leadership and poverty: A case study of the Philippines. Planning & Changing, 45(3/4): 339-355.
Brooks, M. C. & Brooks, J. S. (2013). What can school leaders do about violence in schools? Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10(2): 115-118.
Diem, S. L. & Brooks, J. S. (2013). “Integration was a solution to segregation, but integration does not address quality education”: A conversation about school desegregation with Dr. Michael A. Middleton. Teachers College Record, 115(11).
Diem, S. L. & Brooks, J. S. (2013). Introduction to the issue on segregation, desegregation, and integration: From history, to policy, to practice. Teachers College Record, 115(11): 1-6.
Brooks, J. S., Arnold, N. W. & Brooks, M. C. (2013). Educational leadership and racism: Second-generation segregation in an urban high school. Teachers College Record, 115(11): 1-27.
Ruffin, V. & Brooks, J. S. (2011). Leadership for community schools: An emergent model of cross-boundary leadership. Journal of School Public Relations, 31(3): 238-250.
Cabezas, C. T., Killingsworth, M. F., Kensler, L. A. W., & Brooks, J. S. (October, 2010). The gender dynamics of educational leadership preparation: A feminist postmodern critique of the cohort experience. Journal of Research on Leadership in Education, 5(12.9): 532-567.
Brooks, J. S., Reed, C., & Reames, E. (October, 2010). Preparing educational leaders: A conceptual and empirical exploration of a preparation program’s redesign. Journal of Research on Leadership in Education, 5(12.1): 333-338.
Brooks, J. S., Havard, T., Tatum, K., & Patrick, L. (October, 2010). It takes more than a village: Inviting partners and complexity in educational leadership preparation reform. Journal of Research on Leadership in Education, 5(12.4): 418-435.
Williams, C. & Brooks, J. S. (2010). Sowing seeds of oppression for African American education: Destiny or design? International Journal of Urban Educational Leadership, 4(1): 173-186.
Brooks, J. S. & Normore, A. H. (2010). Educational leadership and globalization: Toward a glocal perspective. Educational Policy, 24(1): 52-82.
Hesp, G. & Brooks, J. S. (2009). Heterosexism and homophobia on fraternity row: A case study of a college fraternity community. Journal of LGBT Youth, 6(1): 1-21.
Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A. H. & Brooks, J. S. (2009). Leadership for social justice: Preparing 21st Century school leaders for a new social order. Journal of Research on Leadership in Education, 4(1): 1-31.
Saka, Y., Southerland, S. A., & Brooks, J. S. (2009). Becoming a member of a school community while working toward science education reform: Teacher induction from a cultural historical activity theory (CHAT) perspective. Science Education, 93(3): 1-30.
Brooks, J. S. & Tooms, A. K. (2008). A dialectic of social justice: Learning to lead through reflection and dialogue. Journal of School Leadership, 18(2): 134-163.
Young, M. D. & Brooks, J. S. (2008). Supporting graduate students of color in educational administration preparation programs: Faculty perspectives on best practices, possibilities, and problems. Educational Administration Quarterly, 44(3): 391-423.
Brooks, J. S., Hughes, R., & Brooks, M. C. (2008). Fear and trembling in the American high school: Educational reform and teacher alienation. Educational Policy, 22(1): 45-62.
Brooks, J. S., Normore, A. H., Jean-Marie, G., & Hodgins, D. (2007). Distributed leadership for social justice: Influence and equity in an urban high school. Journal of School Leadership, 17(4): 378-408.
Brooks, J. S., & Jean-Marie, G. (2007). Black leadership, white leadership: Race and race relations in an urban high school. Journal of Educational Administration, 45(6): 756-768.
Williams, D., Brooks, J. S., & Lang, L. (2006). Improving student achievement in reading: Research and resources for Florida educational leaders. Florida Educational Leadership, 7(12): 50-53.
Brooks, J. S., & Miles, M. T. (2006). From scientific management to social justice...and back again? Pedagogical shifts in educational leadership. International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning.
Brooks, J. S. (2006). Tinkering toward utopia or stuck in a rut? School reform implementation at Wintervalley High. Journal of School Leadership, 16(3): 240-265.
Gomez, J., MacNamara, P. & Brooks, J. S. (2006). But it all happened online—Where do we stand as a school? Student rights in non-instructional matters. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 9(1): 35-43.
Brooks, J. S. & Normore, A. H. (2005). An Aristotelian framework for the development of ethical leadership. Journal of Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 3(2): 1-8.
Brooks, J. S., Scribner, J. P., & Eferakorho, J. (2004). Teacher leadership in the context of whole school reform. Journal of School Leadership, 14(3): 242-265.