Charlotte Castronovo
October 8, 2017
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Daniel Osborn

Daniel Osborn _ GTL Board Member

Daniel Osborn, Ed.D. has dedicated his academic and professional career to the study of Middle Eastern and Jewish histories and advancing a vision of education that is multicultural, global, inclusive of marginalized communities, and relevant for life in a globally-interconnected world. As a student of history and education, he holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Quinnipiac University, a master’s degree in Near East and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, and a doctorate in education from Boston University. As a program director at Primary Source, he has spent years writing history and social studies curriculum, designing professional development workshops and seminars, collaborating with teachers and school administrators, and thinking strategically about the mission of public education. He is the author of Representing the Middle East and Africa in Social Studies Education: Teacher Discourse and Otherness and is under contract on his next book projects, Levantine Vignettes: An Educator’s Account of Border Crossing in the Middle East and Dismantling Orientalist Representations in US Education: Schooling and Otherness in Social Studies Classrooms.

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