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Char Ullman

 
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Char Ullman
Associate Professor, Teacher Education
Director, Teaching, Learning, and Culture Doctoral Program

Char Ullman is an educational anthropologist who uses ethnographic research to understand the identities and ideologies involved in educational processes. Her work focuses on Mexican migrants to the United States and issues of globalization, language use, and language learning. She also looks at multicultural teacher preparation, and the ways learning happens in non-formal educational settings. Her work also examines the developmental processes of how people become researchers and scholarly writers.

KEYWORDS

  1. Educational anthropology
  2. Globalization and education
  3. Identities and ideologies in education
  4. Language use and language learning
  5. Queer Issues in Education.

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Education for the 21st Century Demographic
  2. Global Enterprise & Border Studies
  3. Other