- Lesley Bartlett
- Associate Professor of Education
- Teachers College, Columbia University
A faculty member in the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University since 2002. Dr. Bartlett is affiliated with the Programs in Comparative and International Education and International Educational Development, as well as the Program in Anthropology and Education.
Her research examines a number of key issues in the fields of anthropology, comparative and international education, and literacy studies. These include ethnographic studies of communication, multilingual literacies, popular education, race and class inequality, and schooling across the Americas.
- Jo Anne Kleifgen
- Professor of Linguistics and Education
Teachers College, Columbia University
A faculty member in the Department of International and Transcultural Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University. Dr. Kleifgen is affiliated with the Programs in Comparative and International Education and International Educational Development. She also has an appointment in the Department of Math, Science, and Technology’s program in Communication, Computing, and Technology in Education. Her research interests center around the interplay of multiple modes of communication in educative contexts, with particular attention to socially subordinated language groups. She uses discourse analysis to examine children's multiple languages and literacies as well as the uses of new technologies in schools, communities and the workplace.