Affiliate Faculty

Harry Brighouse

Mildred Fish Harnack Professor of Philosophy & Carol Dickson Bascom Professor of the Humanities

John Diamond

Kellner Family Distinguished Chair in Urban Education

Beth Graue

Sorenson Professor, Curriculum & Instruction

Eric Grodsky

Professor of Sociology

Kris Olds

Professor of Geography

John Rudolph

Professor, Curriculum & Instruction

Selah Agaba

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

sagaba@wisc.edu

Emily Anaya

Social Sciences and Education

anaya3@wisc.edu

Abby Beneke

Social Sciences and Education

abeneke@wisc.edu

Ariel Borns

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

aborns@wisc.edu

Harry Brighouse

Mildred Fish Harnack Professor of Philosophy & Carol Dickson Bascom Professor of the Humanities

Diana Chioma Famakinwa

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

famakinwa@wisc.edu

John Diamond

Kellner Family Distinguished Chair in Urban Education

jbdiamond@wisc.edu

(608) 263-3232

251 Education Building
1000 Bascom Mall
Madison, WI 53703

Khrysta Evans

Social Sciences and Education

kevans22@wisc.edu

Ned Frame

History and Humanities

eframe@wisc.edu

Regina Fuller

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

rfuller2@wisc.edu

Beth Graue

Sorenson Professor, Curriculum & Instruction

beth.graue@wisc.edu

(608) 263-2736

964b Educational Sciences
225 North Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706

Eric Grodsky

Professor of Sociology

Elizabeth Hauck

History and Humanities

ehauck@wisc.edu

Liz Hauck is a doctoral student in the departments of Educational Policy Studies and History, with a focus on the history of American education. Liz is interested in ideas about equity, mercy, and the distribution of educational opportunity in the United States, and studies how schooling intersects public and private interests, how race has been constructed as a determining factor in individual and family access to the full benefits of American citizenship, and how mothers’ activism is a portal to understanding the relationship between public schools, rights, and differently imagined versions of American freedom. More broadly, Liz is interested in how memory shapes stories and stories make history, and how the stories we tell ourselves shape, and are shaped by, our understanding of our communities and the world. Her work is informed by over a decade of service as a high school teacher in the Boston Public Schools, and two years as an Americorps volunteer in Chicago, where she worked as a teacher in a dual-language high school. Liz works with Professors Adam Nelson and William Reese, and the title of her MA thesis is: “The Hands That Rocked the Cradle of Liberty: The ‘conservative-not-feminist’ activism of the white mothers of ROAR in Boston in the 1970s.”

Anthony Hernandez

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

hernandez26@wisc.edu

Jonathan Marino

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

jmarino4@wisc.edu

Juan Medina

Social Sciences and Education

jcmedina@wisc.edu

Rosie Miesner

Social Sciences and Education

hmiesner@wisc.edu

Amato Nocera

History and Humanities

nocera@wisc.edu

Kris Olds

Professor of Geography

Yaa Oparebea Ampofo

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

ampofo@wisc.edu

Antonella Pappolla

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

pappolla@wisc.edu

John Rudolph

Professor, Curriculum & Instruction

john.rudolph@wisc.edu

226D Teacher Education Building
225 North Mills Street
Madison, WI 53706

Nancy Rydberg

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

nrydberg@wisc.edu

Libby Sattler

Education Studies

Ally Shepherd

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

avshepherd@wisc.edu

Rachel Silver

Social Sciences and Education

resilver@wisc.edu

Emily Tran

History and Humanities

eytran@wisc.edu

Claudia Triana

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

ctriana@wisc.edu

Amanda Venske

Education Studies

Amanda Venske was an undergraduate student in Education Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. One of her favorite EPS courses was the community-based learning course Issues in Urban Education with Dr. Linn Posey-Maddox. As part of the course, Amanda volunteered in the early childhood classrooms at a local community center. This work helped spark an interest in early childhood education, which she uses at Madison Education Partnership (MEP), a research-practice partnership housed within the Wisconsin Center for Education Research (WCER). As the lead transcriber, she supports MEP’s qualitative work, particularly within its projects on early childhood education. Amanda further pursues an interest in early childhood by teaching early childhood music and movement classes. During her time at UW–Madison, she also took active leadership roles within the Wisconsin Union, particularly within the Wisconsin Union Directorate as the director of the Performing Arts Committee and as the Concert Series coordinator for Wisconsin Union Theater. After graduation she will be pursuing an MSE in School Business Management at the University of Wisconsin–Whitewater.

Kathy Villalón

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

villalon@wisc.edu

Glen Water

Comparative International Education and Global Studies

glen.m.water@gmail.com