Touloukian, Cami L. (clt2162)

Cami L Touloukian

PT Instructor
Part-Time Instructor

Office Hours:

By appointment. Please email to schedule. 

Educational Background

  • Teachers College, Columbia University, Sociology and Education, Ph.D. (In progress)
  • Lewis and Clark College, Teacher Leadership for Equity and Social Justice, Graduate Certificate (2017)
  • Indiana University, Elementary Education, M.S.Ed. (2011)
  • Indiana University, General Studies with a focus on Sociology, Education and History, B.G.S. (2006)

Scholarly Interests

Sociology of Education, Critical Whiteness Studies, Critical Race Theory, Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, Social Change, History of Education, Critical and Humanizing Education, Qualitative Methods, Humanizing Research Methodologies

Selected Publications

Price-Dennis, D., Touloukian, C., Moore, T., Harlan Eller, K. & Fu, D. (2022). Pedagogies of possibility: Exploring 
culturally responsive education during COVID-19. JustLit Project. Teachers College, Columbia University.

Horsford, S. D., Cabral, L., Touloukian, C., Parks, S., Smith, P. A., McGhee, C., Qadir, F., Lester, D., & Jacobs, J. (2021). 
Black education in the wake of COVID-19 and systemic racism: Toward a theory of change and action. Black 
Education Research Collective. Teachers College, Columbia University.
Touloukian, C. (2020). Love for Syria: Tackling world crises with small children. In L. Delpit (Ed.), Teaching When the 
World is On Fire (pp. 214-225). The New Press. 

Touloukian, C. (2020). Little children have big hearts: Beliefs about teaching for equity and justice in K-2 classrooms.
In R. Agarwal-Rangnath (Ed.), Planting the Seeds of Equity: Ethnic Studies and Social Justice in K-2 
Classrooms (pp. 36-43). Teachers College Press. 

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