Dr. Cedric Herring, Graduate Program Director
Language, Literacy and Culture Faculty
Globalized communication and culture, new media, social movements, critical pedagogy, qualitative research.
Educational inequality and the social context of education, sociology of education, educational policy, developmental psychology, and immigration.
Workplace diversity, race and public policy, stratification and inequality, and jobs and economic development.
English language variation, language and educational inequality, the interface of sociolinguistics and sociology, research methodology.
Culture, media studies/criticism, Black hair and body politics, sports and media, and popular culture.
E-literacy, e-publishing and online scholarship, history of reading and reading devices, networked writing, cultural and media theory and interventions
Founding Emerita Director
CRANDALL, JOANN (JODI), Ph.D., Professor Emerita firstname.lastname@example.org content-based language learning, second language literacy, language teacher education, first and second language writing, ESL/EFL