Karen Graves, Professor of Education, presents "Pivotal in His Absence"

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Karen Graves, professor of education, has published “An Unlikely Alliance: Re-Examining the Architecture of Affirmative Action,” in the American Educational History Journal. Her review of “Communists and Perverts under the Palms: The Johns Committee in Florida, 1956-1965,“ appeared in the Summer 2014 issue of The Florida Historical Quarterly, part of a special section on Johns Committee historiography. Graves presented “Pivotal in His Absence: Lewis Powell’s Influence on the Legal Status of Lesbian and Gay Teachers in America” at the 36th meeting of the International Standing Conference for the History of Education in London in July 2014 and presented “Tracing a Geography of Ignorance: Erasing Gay Bodies from Schools” at the Social Science History Association meeting in Toronto in November 2014. Graves served as discussant for a session on “Teaching History of Education to Diverse Audiences: Reflecting on Objectives, Curricular Priorities, and Pedagogy,” at the History of Education Society meeting in Indianapolis.

Posted Date 
Tuesday, December 2, 2014

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