Publications

             
Books
  1. With Diana B. Turk, Robert Cohen, & Michael Stoll, M., Teaching Recent Global History: Dialogues among Historians, Social Studies Teachers, and Students (2014),  Routledge: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415897082/
  2. Disciplined Development: Teachers and Reform in Ghana (2006), Lexington Books. A sample: Dull, Intro and Ch. 1

Journal Articles (write dullj@newpaltz.edu for copies)

  1. Missing in Action: Africans in History Textbooks. World History Connected, 18(1): 1-17. Dull, Missing
  2. Teaching African enslavement: A pluralistic approach (2018), The History Teacher, 51(2): 189-220. Dull, Teaching African Enslavement
  3. Teaching for Humanity in a Neoliberal World: Visions of Education in Serbia (2012), Comparative Education Review56(3), 511-533.
  4. ‘Some people don’t deserve help’: Service Learning in Serbia (2009),  Intercultural Education20(1), 51-60.
  5. With Sonia E. Murrow, Is Dialogic Questioning Possible in Social Studies?(2008), Theory and Research in Social Education36(4), 391-412.
  6. With Delinda van Garderen, Putting the Story Back into History: Teaching Social Studies to Students with Disabilities (2005), Preventing School Failure49(3), 27-31.
  7. Democracy and Discipline in Ghanaian Education (2004), International Journal of Educational Development24(3), 303-314.
  8. Friendly Africans, Deceptive White Men: Ghanaian Narratives of the Nation (2004), Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism4(1), 2-18.

Other Papers and Conference Proceedings

  1. With Robert Cohen (2017), Teaching about the feminist rights revolution: Ruth Bader Ginsburg as ‘The Thurgood Marshall of Women’s Rights.’ The American HistorianRBG Article only, TAH
  2. With Diana Turk, No More Disrespect: Teaching All students to Question Right and Wrong in History. (2015). Chapter 15 in P.L. Thomas, P.R. Carr, J. Gorlewski, and B. Porfilio (Eds.), Pedagogies of Kindness and Respect: On the Lives and Education of Children. Peter Lang USA.
  3. With Ashley Wagner and Philip Mavrikis, Do the advantages of nuclear energy outweigh the risks? (2014) Social Science Docket, 14(1), 29-30.
  4. Historical Thinking in Difficult Times (2014), in Popov, N., et al. (Eds.) Education’s Role in Preparing Globally Competent Citizens (pp. 265-269). Bulgarian Comparative Education Society Conference Books, Sofia, BCES 2014
  5. “Why not rest a bit before you rush on?” (2013), Toward Globalization of Korean Studies (Newsletter, Center for International Affairs, Academy of Korean Studies) 104.  http://www.ikorea.ac.kr/webzine/1303/column_eng.asp
  6. Teaching about School Funding in Good Times and Bad (2011), Social Science Docket, 11(1), 17-19. http://people.hofstra.edu/alan_j_singer/docket-2011-1.html
  7. Learning for life in Serbia (2009). In N. Popov et al. (Eds.), Comparative education, teacher training, education policy, social exclusion, and child psychology (pp. 248-252). BCES   Conference Books, Sofia.
  8. The scramble for Africa: An exercise in literacy and history (2008). Social Science Docket,  8(2), 72-73. http://faculty.newpaltz.edu/lauradull/files/SS-Docket-Scramble.pdf
  9. Interpreting the present as an archaeologist: An introductory social studies activity (2004).   Trends and Issues (Florida Council for the Social Studies), Summer, 35-36.  http://faculty.newpaltz.edu/lauradull/files/Trends-and-Issues.pdf

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