Addressing problems of culture and power in historical and contemporary education and schooling.
Ph.D. candidate Jeremiah Sataraka won our Three Minute Thesis (3MT) for 2018. He took second at WSU’s 3MT.
Meet our faculty
We have a phenomenal set of faculty members, each determined to help students reach their potential.
Ph.D. student wins fellowship
Doctoral candidate Courtney Benjamin has been selected for one of 10 competitive annual CADRE fellowships.
Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education (CSSTE) addresses issues of culture and power as they play out in contemporary and historical contexts of education and schooling. We seek to develop scholars and practitioners who will stimulate positive change in educational institutions and the communities that they serve. Come and join the conversation.