- Gender, Immigration, and Education
- Latina Youth Citizenship
- Editorial Board Member, Race, Ethnicity and Education
- Editorial Board Member, Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy
- Associate Co-Director, Laboratory for Youth Inequality and Justice
- American Educational Research Association
- Gender and Education
- Ph.D., Miami University (OH)
- MEd, Florida Atlantic University
- B.A., Tulane University
Awards and Honors
Certificate of Teaching Excellence, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Virginia Tech, 2016
Articles and Book Chapters
Bondy, J.M., & Braunstein, L.B. (in press). Racial politics, Latin@ youth, and teacher education. Journal of Latinos and Education.
Bondy, J.M., & Johnson, A.P. (2018). Race, national exclusion, and the implications for global citizenship and education. In I. Davies, L.C. Ho, D. Kiwan, C. Peck, A. Peterson, E. Sant, & Y. Waghid (Eds.), The Palgrave handbook of global citizenship and education (pp. 393-407). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
Bondy, J.M. (2017). “Should we carry our passports with us?”: Resisting violence against Latin@s in light of political rhetoric. Multicultural Perspectives, 19(3), 166-171.
Bondy, J.M. (2016). Latina youth, education, and citizenship: A feminist transnational analysis. Theory & Research in Social Education, 44(2), 212-243.
Bondy, J.M. (2016). Negotiating domination and resistance: English language learners and Foucault’s Care of the Self in the context of English-only education. Race, Ethnicity and Education, 19(4), 763-783.
Peguero, A.A., & Bondy, J.M. (2015). Schools, justice, and immigrant students: Gender, assimilation and perceptions of fairness and order. Teachers College Record, 117(7), 1-42.
Bondy, J.M. (2015). Hybrid citizenship: Latina youth and the politics of belonging. The High School Journal, 98(4), 353-373.
“Immigration and White pre-service teachers’ values around documentation status.” Incentive Research Grant. Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. Budget: $5940. Status: Funded.
“The making of Latina youth citizenship identities in transnational spaces.” Niles Research Grant. Virginia Tech College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences. Budget: $3981. Status: Funded.