Teaching and Learning
Cleveland Hall 384
Pullman, WA 99164
Brandon Edwards-Schuth (he/they) is a doctoral candidate in the Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education program at WSU. There they teach social studies for elementary school teachers (TCH_LRN 385), highlighting the importance of decolonizing and eco-democratic approaches in conjunction with human/children/indigenous rights. With publications in the field of philosophy, education, and art; his research interests focus on the intersections of radical democracy, emerging arts-inquiry methodologies, and podcasts as public pedagogy.
Before WSU, Brandon received their BA and MA in Philosophy at San Diego State University and their hobbies include archery, making cold brew coffee, and playing guitar.