Moland, Naomi A. (nam2190)Skip to content Skip to main navigation
M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University
B.A., Anthropology, Tufts University
Multicultural education in comparative perspective, postcolonial nation-building, human rights, LGBTQI* rights, sociocultural perspectives on literacy, educational media, immigrants and national incorporation
Forthcoming Moland, Naomi. “Diverse Responses to Diversity: Local and Global Approaches to Educating Heterogeneous Populations.” In Wiseman, Alexander W., ed., 2016 Annual Review of Comparative and International Education. Bingley, England: Emerald Group Publishing. In Press.
Forthcoming Neuman, Susan B. and Naomi Moland. “Book Deserts: The Consequences of Income Segregation on Children’s Access to Print.” Urban Education.
2016 Moland, Naomi. “The Paradoxes of Peace Education During Escalating Conflict: Nigeria’s Sesame Square,” in Izarali, M. Raymond, Oliver Masakure, and Edward Shizha, eds., Security, Education, and Development in Contemporary Africa. London: Ashgate. In Press.
2015 Moland, Naomi. “Can Multicultural Education Be Exported? Dilemmas of Diversity on Nigeria’s Sesame Square.” Comparative Education Review, 59 (1), 1-23. Featured Article.
2015 Moland, Naomi. “Education in Nigeria: An Overview,” in Amoako, Emefa, ed., Education in West Africa. London: Bloomsbury.
2013 Moland, Naomi. Book Review of Kagendo Mutua and Cynthia Sunal Szymanski, Advances in Research and Praxis in Special Education in Africa, Caribbean, and the Middle East (Charlotte: Information Age Publishing, 2012), Teachers College Record.