Torica L. Webb
Program: Anthropology and Education
Previous Graduate Education: M.Ed. in International Educational Development fromTeachers College, Columbia University, 2004; M.Phil. in Anthropology &Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, 2007
Research Interests: Indigenous Education & Politics; YouthCulture & Politics; African-American Women & Marriage; African Americansand Domestic/International Travel; Research Ethics
Geographical Interests: NewZealand, Oceania, and the U.S.
“Determined by Whom for Whom? Tino Rangatiratanga & Education inAotearoa/New Zealand.” Comparative & International EducationSociety Conference, Teachers College, Columbia University,New York, New York. March 2008.
“Becoming & Being Citizens: Maori & Pakeha Youth inNew Zealand Secondary Schools.” Language, Education & Diversity Conference, Universityof Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. November 2007.
Invited Talk: “The Anthropology of Education: WhySchools Should Matter to Mainstream Anthropology.” Department of Societies & Cultures, University of Waikato,Hamilton, New Zealand. August 2007.