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Perspectives on Culture, Ethnicity, and Pedagogy at IUME

Edmund W. Gordon (left), Director of TC’s Institute for Urban and Minority Education, and Edmund T. Gordon, from the University of Texas at Austin’s Department of Anthropology, take part in a conversation on “Perspectives on Culture, Ethnicity, and Pedagogy” on Wednesday, April 28 in TC’s Private Dining Room.

Edmund W. Gordon (left), Director of TC's Institute for Urban and Minority Education, and Edmund T. Gordon, from the University of Texas at Austin's Department of Anthropology, take part in a conversation on "Perspectives on Culture, Ethnicity, and Pedagogy" on Wednesday, April 28 in TC's Private Dining Room. They were joined by Wade Boykin, from Howard University's Department of Psychology, and moderator George Bond, the William F. Russell Professor of Anthropology and Education from TC's International & Transcultural Studies Department. The event was sponsored by the Institute for Urban and Minority Education.

Published Friday, Jun. 10, 2005

Perspectives on Culture, Ethnicity, and Pedagogy at IUME

Edmund W. Gordon (left), Director of TC's Institute for Urban and Minority Education, and Edmund T. Gordon, from the University of Texas at Austin's Department of Anthropology, take part in a conversation on "Perspectives on Culture, Ethnicity, and Pedagogy" on Wednesday, April 28 in TC's Private Dining Room. They were joined by Wade Boykin, from Howard University's Department of Psychology, and moderator George Bond, the William F. Russell Professor of Anthropology and Education from TC's International & Transcultural Studies Department. The event was sponsored by the Institute for Urban and Minority Education.

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