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Kay Fellow Candidate Visits

The Education Program and AAAS Department are pleased to welcome to campus the three candidates for the Kay Post-Doctoral Fellow in Education/AAAS.  The person selected as Kay Fellow will come to Brandeis for two years and will teach courses in both AAAS and Education. (Read more about this search on page 5 of The Justice, issue March 25, 2014)   




Monday, March 24: Derron Wallace

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9:40-10:30,  Mandel Center for the Humanities 
Mr. Wallace meets with AAAS faculty

11-12:30pm, ASAC 204 - Presentation
"Bad Blacks and Better Blacks?: Exploring the Role of Black Cultural Capital in the Educational Experiences of Afro-Caribbean Youth in London and New York."

3-4pm, ASAC 204
Q&A with students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

4-5pm, ASAC 209
Mr. Wallace meets with Education Program faculty




Thursday, March 27: Aaminah Norris

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10-11:30am, Mandel 128 - Presentation:
"Making Matters: Teaching and Learning Literacies and Identities in Urban Schools."

2-2:40pm, Mandel Center for the Humanities
Ms. Norris meets with AAAS faculty

3-4pm, ASAC 212
Q&A with  students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

4-5pm, ASAC 212
Ms. Norris meets with Education Program faculty



Tuesday, April 8: Tess Bundy

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10-11:30am, ASAC 204 - Presentation:
“‘The Schools are Killing our Kids!’”: The African American Fight for Racial Democracy in the Boston Public Schools, 1949-1985."

2-3pm, ASAC 212
Ms. Bundy speaks to students (open to Education, AAAS students, and interested Brandeis students)

3-3:40pm, Mandel Center for the Humanities
Ms. Bundy meets with AAAS faculty

4-5pm
Meet with Education Program faculty