"Curriculum Dynamics of Nonviolence" topic of Meadows Chair Lecture

Dr, Hongyu WangMeadows Chair Lecture: Curriculum Dynamics of Nonviolence
Featuring Dr. Hongyu Wang, Professor, Oklahoma State University
Hosted by Department of Teacher Education and Administration

Monday, December 2, 2013
4:30 p.m.
Matthews Hall, Room 111
Free and open to the public

Hongyu Wang is a professor in curriculum studies at Oklahoma State University. Her previous education includes an M.A. in comparative curriculum and instructional theory from East China Normal University and a Ph.D in curriculum theory at Louisiana State University.

Hongyu Wang's research includes cross-cultural life histories and thought, autobiography and curriculum, post-structural and Asian philosophies. Her recent work reflects nonviolence approach and international studies.

She has written extensively in curriculum studies and multicultural education, engaging East and West dialogue and working with/through differences and conjunctions of the thoughts of Foucault, Kristeva, Derrida, Confucius, Lao Tzu, Zhuangzi and many others.

She co-founded a Special Interest Group in Confucianism, Taoism, and Education at the American Educational Research Association and has authored and edited numerous books in curriculum studies and cross-cultural dialogues.

She is the former editor of Journal of Curriculum Theorizing.