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Jack Dougherty <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Trinity College, Hartford CT
Cities, Suburbs, and Schools research project
Writing History in the Digital Age (co-edited with Kristen Nawrotzki)
|Address:||Educational Studies Program
300 Summit St
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for H-Education
|Interests:||American History / Studies
Childhood and Education
Urban History / Studies
Ph.D., M.A. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Educational Policy Studies, 1997, 1993. Concentrations in History, Social Sciences, and Public Policy of Education; with minor in United States History.
B.A. Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania, Philosophy, with secondary school social studies teacher certification (in New Jersey), 1987.
Associate Professor and Director of Educational Studies, Trinity College, 2005-present; Assistant Professor and Director of Educational Studies, 1999-2005. Courses taught:
Educ 200: Analyzing Schools
Educ 300: Education Reform - Past & Present
Educ 308: Cities, Suburbs, and Schools
Educ 309: Race, Class, and Educational Policy
Educ 400: Senior Research Seminar
First-Year Seminar: Student Protest in American Higher Education
More Than One Struggle: The Evolution of Black School Reform in Milwaukee. University of North Carolina Press, Spring 2004.
"Introduction" and "Making Sense of Multiple Interpretations" in "Teaching Brown: Reflections on Pedagogical Challenges and Opportunities" symposium. History of Education Quarterly 44 (Spring 2004): 95-98, 105-8.
“From Anecdote to Analysis: Oral Interviews and New Scholarship in Educational History,” Journal of American History 86 (September 1999): 712-723.