Broughton, John M. (jmb61)

John M. Broughton

Associate Professor of Psychology and Education
Cultural Studies

Office Location:

329C HMann

Office Hours:

Fall 2015: Tuesdays 9 - 10 pm, Wednesdays 9 - 10 pm, and Fridays 4:30 - 5:30 pm (by appointment only)

TC Affiliations:

Educational Background

B.A., M.A., Cambridge University; Ph.D., Harvard University

Scholarly Interests

Trauma/PTSD, Media and popular culture as informal education, Youth cultures and subcultures, Film theory. Gender and transgender, Military technologies.

Selected Publications

Cultural Studies, Education, and Youth (Lexington Press).
Resistance to youth and popular culture (Film, Politics, and Education
Smart weapons and military TV (Technoscience and Cyberculture)
Cultural studies and schools (Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural School Psychology)
Cultural production (Keywords in Youth Studies)

Related Articles

Feminists On Film: Gloria Steinem and friends discuss women in the movies

“Bodies In Motion: Images of Women in Contemporary Film & Video,” the latest event in Kelvin Sealey’s and Professor John Broughton’s Project Citizen, brought renowed feminists Gloria Steinem, bell hooks, and Hyun Kyung Chung to the Columbia campus to talk about images of women in the media.

An Englishman in New York

As a young boy, John Broughton lived in a little village 15 miles south of London that, he recalls, "had no cinema." Yet, his parents were the organizers of a community film society in that village and, as a result he says, "I grew up as a Cinema Paradiso projector boy."

The Matrix of the Possible: A Conversation with Cornel West

The Matrix, to Cornel West, is about learning to hold yourself accountable. Princeton scholar and actor in the Wachowski brothers Matrix film trilogy, Cornel West came to share his insights about film, race and society with Teachers College.

Two Diversity Fellows in Counseling and Technology Selected to Create New Realities

Since President Levine's 1999 call for an institution, "in which there is no 'us and them,'" (Report of the Summer 1999 Teachers College Task force on Diversity and Community), the faculty and staff have been attempting to create a working community committed to supporting diversity.

Pop Goes the Culture

A recent episode of the animated television show South Park mirrored the much-publicized Terry Schiavo quality-of-life debate. Featuring Kenny "the character known for dying during each episode" it aired on the day of Schiavo's death. In today's culture, is this brand of television entertainment a legitimate part of education?

Identity under the Knife

The authors of a book on facial transplantation explore the procedure's implications for identity

Employee News

Welcoming new employees, and celebrating promotions and long-term staff anniversaries.

Staffing News

Welcoming new employees, and celebrating promotions and long-term staff anniversaries

Wide Awake

Maxine Greene propounds an outlook of "wide-awakeness" to art and life that continues to inspire many at TC and elsewhere.

"Hard Questions in a Spinning World"

TC celebrates the launch of the Maxine Greene Society

Lights, Issues, Action, all in 3 Mins.

Short and pithy is the name of the game at TC's first Social Issue Media Festival

TC Mourns Gilchrist and Weinberg

Joe Gilchrist, Building Supervisor for TC's Seth Low faculty dormitory and union shop steward for employees of the College who are members of 32B/32J, and Steve Weinberg, longtime Director of Budgets, passed away in May.

A Group of TC Faculty Condemns the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Group of TC Faculty Condemn the Release of Teacher Evaluations Based on Student Test Scores

Back to skip to quick links