Williams, J. A. (2019). HERstory with us at war. Social Studies and the Young Learner. (accepted)
Williams, J. A., & Reeves, D. (2017). If musical instruments could talk: Teaching about history through musical instruments. Oregon Journal of the Social Studies, 5(1), 57-72.
Doppen, F.H., An, J., & Diki, K. (2016). Why student teachers go global. Journal of Social Studies Research, 40(2), 85-95. doi: 10.1016/j.jssr.2015.05.002
An, J. (2015). Micro-study reveals flaws in pedagogy: A study of social promotion in Tianjin, China. International Education, 44(2), 23-43.
Doppen, F. H., & An, J. (2014). Student teaching abroad: Enhancing global awareness. International Education, 43(2), 59-75.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapter
Williams, J. A. & Johnson, M. (in press). What were the psychological motivations of Nanjing Safety Zone Committee? In B. Maguth and G. Wu (Eds.), Global learning with the C3 framework in the K-12 social studies classroom. Silver Spring, MD: National Council for the Social Studies [NCSS].
Williams, J. A. (2018). Hometown’s fallen: Discovering the human aspects of wars. Vermillion, SD: Pressing Matters.
Williams, J. A. (2018). Elmer J. Wallace. In J. A. Williams (Ed.), Hometown’s fallen: Discovering the human aspects of wars (pp. 12-35). Vermillion, SD: Pressing Matters.
Williams, J.A., & Gapp, S. (2017). Lesson plan: Counting on Grace. In A. S. Libresco, J. Balantic, & M. Battenfeld (Eds.), Notable books, notable lessons: Putting social studies in the K-8 curriculum. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
Williams, J. A., & Johnson, M. (2017). The Nanjing safety zone: The dilemma of creating a protective wall. In R. Diem, & M. Berson (Eds.), Mending walls: Historical, socio-political, economic and geographic perspectives. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Williams, J. A. (2018). The global education movement: Narratives of distinguished global scholars. International Journal of Social Studies. (accepted)