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A&H Book Talks
“A&H Book Talks” is a series of talks featuring department faculty and their recent publications.
“Books represent a significant scholarly accomplishment, a chance for scholars to fully develop their thinking with a degree of freedom typically not possible in journal publications,” said William Gaudelli, Department Chair and Associate Professor of Social Studies and Education, who conceived and developed the series. “[A&H Book Talks] represents a chance for the faculty to go public with their work in a local context, as we often do not have the time to focus on the great insights our colleagues offer to the wider field.”
We have for a more modern format for the book talks, which include respondents from the greater New York City area to provide insights into each book’s topic. Further, the series provides a free, public forum in which scholars from TC and scholars and/or experts from the field will engage in conversations about scholarship and real-world practice.
“I see these as community events,” Gaudelli said. “Ones that will give us an opportunity to share collegially in each other's successes, so hopefully colleagues will attend, scholars from nearby as well as students and the larger community.”
Dr. Hansun Waring
Hansun Waring, Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics & TESOL, joined TC faculty respondents in a discussion of Theorizing Pedagogical Interaction: Insights from Conversation Analysis (CRC/Routledge, 2016).
Dr. William Gaudelli
William Gaudelli, Chair of A&H and Associate Professor of Social Studies Education, joined global education expert respondents in a discussion of his book, Global Citizenship Education: Everyday Transcendence (Routledge, 2016).
Dr. Randall Allsup
Randall Allsup, Associate Professor of Music Education, and Teachers College music students joined TC faculty respondents in a performance-based discussion of Remixing the Classroom: Toward an Open Philosophy of Music Education (Indiana University Press, 2016).
Dr. Ansley Erickson
Ansley Erickson, Assistant Professor of History and Education, opened the fall season of A&H Book Talks with a discussion of her new book, Making the Unequal Metropolis: School Desegregation and Its Limits. Respondents included Carla Shedd, Columbia University, Jeanne Theoharis, Brooklyn College, and Jose Vilson, Eighth Grade Math Teacher and Founder of EduColor.
Dr. Olga Hubard
On April 21, 2016, Olga Hubard, Associate Professor of Art Education, presented her book, Art Museum Education: Facilitating Gallery Experiences (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015). Hubard’s respondents included Education Directors from the Guggenheim, Met, and MoMA museums.
Dr. Mary Hafeli
The series launched on April 5, 2016 and featured Mary Hafeli, Professor of Art and Art Education, with Katie Morris, Maryland Institute College of Art, and Wendy Osterweil, Tyler School of Art at Temple University, responding to Hafeli’s book, Exploring Studio Materials: Teaching Creative Art Making to Children (Oxford University Press, 2014).