Moland, Naomi A. (nam2190)

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Moland, Naomi
Adjunct Assistant Professor
International & Transcultural Studies
212-678-3184

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Educational Background

Ph.D., International Education, New York University

M.Ed., Curriculum and Instruction, Arizona State University

B.A., Anthropology, Tufts University

Scholarly Interests

education and media in international development, public diplomacy, multicultural and pluralist ideologies, peacebuilding, nation-building, LGBT* rights, refugees and immigrants  

Selected Publications

Forthcoming   Moland, Naomi. "Localizing Play-Based Pedagogy: Nigerian Educators' Appropriation of Sesame Classroom Materials." Global Education Review.

 

2017          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.

 

2017           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. 

 

2016           Neuman, Susan B. and Naomi Moland. “Book Deserts: The Consequences of Income Segregation on Children’s Access to Print.” Urban Education.

 

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.

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