Russell, Susan G. (sgr2124)

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S. Garnett Russell
Asst Professor in Int'l and Comparative Education
Director of the George Clement Bond Center for African Education
International & Transcultural Studies
212-531-5205

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368 GDodge

Scholarly Interests

My scholarly interests include international and comparative education, education and conflict, peacebuilding, refugee education, human rights, citizenship education, and comparative sociology of education. I use a sociological discplinary lens and use both quantiative and qualitative research methods.

Educational Background

PhD., International and  Comparative Education, Stanford University

M.A., Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)

B.A., International Relations, Stanford University 

Selected Publications

Peer Reviewed Articles

Lerch, Julia, S. Garnett Russell and Francisco Ramírez. 2017 “Depictions of the Nation in Post-Conflict Countries: A Cross-National Analysis.” Social Forces 96 (1): 153-180.

Russell, Susan Garnett and Laura Quaynor. 2017. “Constructing Citizenship in Post-Conflict Contexts: The Cases of Rwanda and Liberia.” Globalisation, Societies and Education 15 (2).

Russell, Susan Garnett. 2016.“Constructing Gender in Education: Evidence from Post-Genocide Rwanda.” Comparative Education 52 (4): 495-515.

Russell, Susan Garnett, Sanaya Lim, Paul Kim, and Sophie Morse. 2016. “The Legacy of Gender-Based Violence and HIV/AIDS in the Post-Genocide Era: Stories from Women in Rwanda.” Health Care for Women International  37 (7): 1-23.

Russell, Susan Garnett. 2015. “Global Civil Society and Education Policy in Post-Genocide Rwanda.” International Sociology 30 (6): 599-618.

Russell, Susan Garnett and Dijana Tiplic. 2014. “Rights-Based Education and Conflict: A Cross-National Study of Rights Discourse in Textbooks.” Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 44 (3): 314-334.

Buckner, Elizabeth and Susan Garnett Russell. 2013. “Portraying the Global: Cross-National Trends in Textbooks’ Portrayal of Globalization and Global Citizenship.”International Studies Quarterly, 57 (4): 738-750.

Bromley, Patricia and Susan Garnett Russell. 2010. “The Holocaust as History and Human Rights:  Holocaust Education in Social Science Textbooks, 1970-2008.” Prospects: UNESCO’s Quarterly Review of Comparative Education 40(1): 153-173.


Ramírez, Francisco O, Bromley, Patricia, and Susan Garnett Russell. 2009.  “The Valorization of Humanity and Diversity.” Multicultural Education Review 1(1): 29-54.

Book Chapters

Russell, Susan Garnett and David Suárez. 2017.“Symbol and Substance: Human Rights Education as an Emergent Global Institution.” In Human Rights Education: Theory, Research, Praxis ed. Monisha Bajaj. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Russell, Susan Garnett and Monisha Bajaj. 2015.“Schools, Citizens, and Nation-States,” pp. 93- 109 in Education and International Development: Practice, Policy and Research, eds. Tristain McCowan and Elaine Unterhalter.

Other Publications

Mendenhall, Mary, Susan Garnett Russell, and Elizabeth Buckner. 2017 Policy Report Urban Refugee Education: Strengthening Policies and Practices for Access, Quality and Inclusion. Teachers College, Columbia, University.

Russell, S. Garnett. 2017. Book Review. Training for Model Citizenship: Ethnography of Civic Education and State-Making in RwandaJournal for Education in Emergencies 3(1).

Russell, S. Garnett. 2017. “Gender Equality in Post-Genocide Rwanda,” World Education Bloghttps://gemreportunesco.wordpress.com/2017/01/19/gender-equality-in-post-genocide-rwanda/

Mendenhall, Mary, Susan Garnett Russell, and Elizabeth Buckner. 2017 Programmatic Guidance: Refugee Education: Strengthening Policies and Practices for Access, Quality and Inclusion. Teachers College, Columbia, University.

Mendenhall, Mary, Susan Garnett Russell, and Elizabeth Buckner. 2017 Advocacy Report: Urban Refugee Education: Strengthening Policies and Practices for Access, Quality and Inclusion. Teachers College, Columbia, University.

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