Black Panther And the Superhero as Educator A Panel Discussion on the Film and Its Implications for Education, Research and Practice
This panel discussion took place during the annual Teachers College Diversity in Education Conference last April, and explored the historical, literary and STEM focused themes depicted in the movie and its relevance to educational practice.
5th Annual Edmund W. Gordon Lecture
WITH DR. SONYA HORSFORD | May 9th, 2018
As part of IUME’s IN Conversation series, Professor Horsford and IUME Graduate Fellow, Phillip A. Smith discussed Dr. Horsford’s current research interests focused on the politics of race, urban school leadership, and education policy in the post-Civil Rights Era.
"Liberating Ways of Knowing: The Struggle for Ethnic Studies and the Educators We Need"
Sponsored by the Institute for Urban and Minority Education and the Reimagining Education Summer Institute, at Teachers College Columbia University