Dr. Paul Brawdy and Dr. Anne-Claire Fisher’s chapter “Experiencing the Carlisle Indian Industrial School: Situating a critical pedagogy in teacher preparation within the context of history” was just accepted as part of the following edited volume The Carlisle Indian School: The site of Indigenous, memories, and reclamations, with Dr. Fear-Segal (University of East Anglia, UK) and Dr. Rose (University of Dickinson) as editors with the University of Nebraska Press, which will be published in summer 2015.
In addition, Brawdy and Fisher also contributed to a working group at Dickinson College this summer focused on the appropriate educational use of archival data from the first off-reservation Indian boarding school in the United States, previously located at Carlisle, Pa. This work was supported in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Brawdy is an associate professor in the Department of Physical Education and Fisher is an assistant professor in the Department of Differentiated Instruction in the university's School of Education.
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