Associate Professor, Department of Educational Theory and Practice (Social Studies Education)
On-Site Instructor, Professional Development School District
I am interested in equity in education and the use of feminism and discourse theories to explore how and why inequity persists and may be resisted. The presence of neoliberalism in educational discourse, and it's impact on critical projects, are recurring themes in my research. Current projects include explorations of the intersections of sports culture and gender in the American South and ongoing investigations into the use of technology in social life, teaching, and research.
|Ph.D.||Social Studies Education||University of Georgia||2012|
|M.Ed.||Social Studies Education||University of Georgia||2009|
|B.A.||International Affiars||University of Nebraska-Lincoln||1992|