Dissertation Work Provides Basis for Alumna Book

How does one teach social justice?

Program alumna, Dr. Lucy Barbera, uses her Program dissertation as the basis for her new book entitled, The Expressive Arts in Teacher Education: Cultivating Social Justice Leadership (LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing).

Dr. Barbera is a social justice educator and artist-researcher. For the last fifteen years she has been on the faculty of the Humanistic-Multicultural Education Graduate Program at the State University of New York.

To learn more about her book click here!

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