Bellino, M.J., Chopra, V., & D’Sa, N. (2021). “Slowly by Slowly”: Youth Participatory Action Research in Contexts of Displacement. Teachers College Record, 123 (11).
Rubin, B.C., Abu El-Haj, T. & Bellino, M.J. (in process). Social and Political Contexts of Civic Learning: Civic Reasoning and Discourse amid Structural Inequality, Migration, and Conflict. Paper commissioned by the National Academy of Education for “Civic reasoning and discourse” series.
Bellino, M.J. (2020). Education, Merit, and Mobility: Opportunities and Aspirations of Refugee Youth in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp. British Educational Research Journal.
Dryden-Peterson, S., Adelman, E., Bellino, M. J., & Chopra, V. (2019). The Purposes of Refugee Education: Policy and Practice of Integrating Refugees into National Education Systems. Sociology of Education, 92(4), 346-366. See key takeaways featured on REACH here.
Bellino, M.J., & Kakuma Youth Research Group. (2018). Closing information gaps in Kakuma Refugee Camp: A youth participatory action research study. American Journal of Community Psychology 62, pp. 492-507.
Bellino, M.J. (2018). Youth aspirations in Kakuma Refugee Camp: Education as a means for social, spatial, and economic (im)mobility. Globalisation, Education, and Societies 16(4), 541-556.
Bellino, M.J. & Dryden-Peterson, S. (2018). Inclusion and Exclusion within a Policy of National Integration: Refugee Education in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp. British Journal of Sociology of Education.
Bellino, M.J. (2018). Is development “the new peace”? Global citizenship as national obligation in postwar Guatemala. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 49(4), 371-393.
Bellino, M.J. (2018). Ligado por el tiempo e identidad: Enseñando la injusticia en Guatemala a través de la historia. [Time and identity-bound: Teaching historical justice in Guatemala]. In Sanchez Meertenz, A. (Ed.), Pedagogía, memoria y violencia [Pedagogy, memory, and violence]. La Carreta Editores de Medellín. Medellín, Colombia.
Gellman, M., & Bellino, M.J. (2018). Fighting Invisibility: Indigenous Citizens and History Education in El Salvador and Guatemala. Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies. / Luchando contra la invisibilidad: Ciudadanos indígenas y educación histórica en El Salvador y Guatemala.
Bellino, M.J. (2018). Wait-citizenship: Youth civic development in transition. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 48(3), 379-396.
Bellino, M.J., Paulson, J., & Anderson Worden, E. (2017). Editorial: Working through difficult pasts: Toward thick democracy and transitional justice in education. Comparative Education, 53(3), 313-332. Special issue: Education and transitional justice.
Paulson, J. & Bellino, M.J. (2017). Truth commissions, education and positive peace: an analysis of truth commission final reports (1980- 2015). Comparative Education, 53(3), 351-378.
Bellino, M.J. & Loucky, J. (2017). Education as solidarity. Anthropology and Education Quarterly 48(3), 229-232.
Bellino, M.J., Faizi, B., & Mehta, N. (2016). Finding a way forward: Conceptualizing sustainability in Afghanistan’s community-based schools. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 2(1), 11-41.
Bellino, M.J. (2016). So that we do not fall again: History education and citizenship in “postwar” Guatemala. Comparative Education Review, 60(1), 58-79.
Bellino, M.J. (2015). The risks we are willing to take: Youth civic development in “postwar” Guatemala. Harvard Educational Review, 85(4), 537-561.
Bellino, M.J. (2015). Civic engagement in extreme times: The remaking of justice among Guatemala’s “postwar” generation. Education, Citizenship, and Social Justice 10(2), 118-132.