Recent Publications

Faculty Research

Seeberg, V. (2020). Human Development and Capability Approach: A contribution to the study of comparative and international education. In A. W. Wiseman (Ed.), Annual Review of Comparative and International Education 2019 (International Perspectives on Education and Society, Vol. 39) (pp. 89-110). Emerald Publishing Limited. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-367920200000039012

Seeberg, V., Na, Y.., Li., Y. & Clark, D., (2019). Rural girls’ educational empowerment in urbanizing China: Comparing Han majority and Mongolian minority girls. In K. Zaleski, A. Enrile, E. L. Weis & X.Y.Wang (Eds.),Women’s Journey to Empowerment in the 21st Century: A Transnational Feminist Analysis of Women’s Lives in Modern Times (p. 42-64). Oxford, GB: Oxford U. Press.

Damrow, A. L., & Sweeney, J. S. (2019). Beyond the bubble: Preparing preservice teachers through dialogue across distance and difference. Teaching and Teacher Education, 80, 255-265.

Niesz, T. (2019). Social movement knowledge and anthropology of education. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 50(2), 223-234.

Niesz, T., & Ryan, K. (2018). Teacher ownership versus scaling up system-wide educational change: The case of Activity Based Learning in South India. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 17(3), 209–222.

Niesz, T., Korora, A. M., Burke Walkuski, C., & Foot, R. E. (2018). Social movements and educational research: Toward a united field of scholarship. Teachers College Record, 120(3), 1–41.

Niesz, T. (2018). When teachers become activists. Phi Delta Kappan, 99(8), 25–29.

Vilma Seeberg & Shujuan Luo (2018) Migrating to the City in North West China: Young Rural Women’s Empowerment, Journal of Human Development and Capabilities, DOI: 10.1080/19452829.2018.1430752

Damrow, A. (2017). “Maybe you have to be friends to be Nakama”: School friends and cultural logics in the United States and Japan. Journal of Family Diversity in Education, 2(4), 42-62.

Yu, X., Seeberg, V., & Malone, L. (2017). Moving on Up: Urban to Suburban Translocation Experiences of High-Achieving Black American Students. Education and Urban Society, 49(9), 832-849. doi:10.1177/0013124516675925

Seeberg, V., Luo, S., Na Y. (2017, December). The role of the church and religious learning of young women migrant workers in western China, in M. Sivasubramaniam & R. Hayhoe (Eds.), Religion and Education: Comparative and International Perspectives. Oxford, GB: Oxford University Press.

Seeberg, V., with Luo, SJ. (2017, October). Young Women Rural Migrant Workers in China’s West: Benefits of Schooling? Frontiers of Education in China, 12(3).

Seeberg, V., Baily, S., Khan, A., Ross, H., Wang, YM, Shah, P., Wang, L. (2017, April). Frictions that Activate Change: A Study of Non-Governmental Organizations, Gender and Education in China, India and Pakistan. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 37(2):  232-247. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/02188791.2017.1296815

Student Research

Brindley, M. (2019). An educational question via rabbit hole: what is an educational question? Philosophical Studies in Education, 50, 82-93. Available online:http://ovpes.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/7-Brindley-Final-PSIE-2019.pdf  

Geis, P. J. (2019). Has student voice been eliminated? A consideration of student activism post-Parkland. Philosophical Studies in Education, 50, 82-93. Available online: http://ovpes.org/journal/psie-2019/

Geis, P. J. (2019, September). “The Safety of Students Is Our Top Priority”: Does the Securitization of Educational Spaces and Experiences Undermine Education? Paper presented at Emerging Researchers’ Conference—European Conference on Educational Research, Hamburg, Germany. 

Satlykgylyjova, M. (2017, March). Elusive identity: Hybridization of Central Asian women as a result of education abroad and crossing cultural borders.   Paper presented at the Comparative International Education Society, Atlanta, GA.

Venable, C. J. (2018). Philosopher-kings and academic advisers: Learning from The Republic. The Mentor: Innovative Scholarship on Academic Advising, 20, 3-11.

ALUMNI RESEARCH

Thomas Welsh (PhD, 2009)
Welsh, T., Foster, J., and Morgan, G.F.. (2017).  A history of Jewish Youngstown and the Steel Valley.  Charleston, SC: The History Press.