I have been teaching courses on social studies education, educational research, and Ghanaian history at New Paltz since 2002. I received a PhD in International and Comparative Education at New York University after teaching in New York City alternative public schools for seven years. My publications address reform and nationalism in Ghana, service learning and teacher philosophies in Serbia, discussion in American classrooms, and teaching slavery. In 2014, I co-wrote a book, Teaching Recent Global History: Dialogues among Historians, Social Studies Teachers, and Students. See more at  Contact me at with questions and comments.

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