Edmund 'Ted' Hamann

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Edmund 'Ted' Hamann

Professor

1999 Ph.D., Education, University of Pennsylvania
1995 M.A., Anthropology, University of Kansas
1991 B.A., Education Studies and Latin American Studies, Brown University

Dr. Hamann's primary scholarly interests are in three overlapping areas: (1) how transnational movement of students and families is responded to by schools (particularly movement between the U.S. and Latin America); (2) how educational policies are cultural productions transformed in their conversion to practice (particularly collaboration across tiers of the educational system, like state departments of education working with schools); and (3) how school reform is/is not responsive to various student populations (particularly transnationally mobile students and English language learners). More than 50 of Dr. Hamann's publications, including his graduate students' theses and dissertations, can be accessed through UNL Digital Commons using the search term "Edmund T. Hamann."

On October 12, 2015, Edmund Hamann was interviewed by Ryan Allen for the blog “New Books in Education.”  The interview, accessible as a podcast, focuses on the recently published book Revisiting Education in the New Latino Diaspora, which Dr. Hamann coedited with Stanton Wortham (of the University of Pennsylvania) and Enrique G. Murillo Jr. (of California State University-San Bernardino).  The podcast clarifies how the 17-chapter new volume builds on the 2002 book Education in the New Latino Diaspora: Policy and the Politics of Identity (also edited by Wortham, Murillo, and Hamann) and a 2010 chapter by Hamann and Linda Harklau in the Handbook on Latinos and Education.  All three texts consider whether the school experiences and outcomes of growing Latino populations in new locales—i.e., places without longstanding and large-scale histories of Latino communities—differ from traditional locales where histories of racism as well as infrastructures of support are both more common.

Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2015, Anthropology in Public Policy Award, American Anthropological Association2014, Leslie Hewes Award for the best social sciences article in "Great Plains Research," Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2010, Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence, College of Education and Human Sciences, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2010, Faculty Leadership Award, Faculty Leadership in Writing Initiative, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2008, College of Education and Human Sciences Distinguished Teaching Award2001, Outstanding Dissertation in Anthropology and Education Award given by the Council on Anthropology and Education (CAE) of the American Anthropological Association (AAA)2001, CORI Award for "Theorizing the Sojourner Student (With a Sketch of Appropriate School Responsiveness)."
Experience
2014 to present, Professor, Dept. of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2009 to 2014, Associate Professor, Dept. of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln2008 to present, Book Series Co-Editor, “Education Policy in Practice: Critical Cultural Studies.” Information Age Press2004 to present, Associated Researcher and Visiting Professor, Centro Interdisciplinario de Estudios de Educación y Superación de Pobreza (CIESESP), Universidad de Monterrey, San Pedro, NL, Mexico2005-2009, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education, University of Nebraska-Lincoln1999-2005, Research and Evaluation Specialist, The Education Alliance at Brown University1998-1999, Temporary Assistant Professor, Dept. of Educational Psychology—Research Evaluation Measurement Statistics (REMS)—University of Georgia1996-1998, Instructor, Georgia State University1997, Associate Instructor, ELS Language Academy1995-1996, Summer school teacher and program assistant, Turner Middle School, Philadelphia, PA1995, Ph.D. Internship, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City, MO1993-1994, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Kansas1991-1993, Family Reading Coordinator, Harvest America Corporation, Kansas City, KS
Memberships
American Anthropological Association (AAA) -Executive Board, Treasurer (2012-2018) -Council on Anthropology and Education -Society for Urban, National, and Transnational Anthropology (SUNTA)American Educational Research Association (AERA) -Social Context of Education (Division G) -Educational Policy and Politics (Division L) -Hispanic Education Special Interest GroupSociety for Applied Anthropology (SfAA)Comparative and International Education Society (CIES)