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About Jewell L. Bachelor
,Jewell L. Bachelor serves as the Lead Manuscript Reviewer for Conviction 2 Change Publishing. In this role, she reviews manuscript queries to provide guidance regarding which manuscripts to accept for publication.
Jewell is a ritual worker, (Krystal) gemstone dealer, curriculum writer, color creative, reader, and an educator of 7+ years. As a self proclaimed Black feminist fairy, Jewell’s work has been grounded in womanist theory which sets the stage for imagination and liberation. By engaging in reading, writing, and adornment as a sector of self care, Jewell acts as a ritual woman for herself, and others, with the hope of creating more spaces for Black girls and femme’s to heal, write, and record their narratives and oral histories.
Areas of Focus
- Master of Art in Ethnic Studies, San Francisco State University - San Francisco, CA
- Ethnic Studies Graduate Program, College of Ethnic Studies
- Bachelor of Art in Africana Studies, San Francisco State University - San Francisco, CA
- Department of Africana Studies, College of Ethnic Studies
- Sociology Minor
Areas of Focus
- Adolescent Development in African American Youth
- Culturally Relevant Pedagogy
- Black Feminist Theory
- Ethnic Studies
- Queer Women/Girls of Color
- Educational Reform
- Sex Education/ Sex Health
- Afro-Diasporic Literature
- Identity Development and Social-Emotional Wellness
- Health and Wellness.
- 7+ years as an educator
- Four Publications
- Bachelor, J (2019). Level 4: Grades 9-10 Soul Guide to Freedom: Integrated Literacy Curriculum. Oakland, CA: Lincoln Child Agency
- Bachelor, J (2018). Level 3: Grades 6-8th Soul Guide to Freedom: Integrated Literacy Curriculum. Oakland, CA: Lincoln Child Agency.
- Bachelor, J (2016). Reclaiming Black Girlhood: An Exploration into Sexual Identity and Femininity. Masters of Arts in Ethnic Studies Thesis.
- Bachelor, J (2013). Breaking the Silence for Black Girls. Journal of Africana Studies,(9) pp. 1-4; 8. Eds. Jewell Bachelor. [Department of Africana Studies, San Francisco State University, May 2013]
- Five presentations at regional and national conferences
- Six invited guest lectures