Loukia K Sarroub


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Loukia K Sarroub

Professor

Ph.D., Michigan State University
B.A, University of Chicago

My primary areas of interest in research and teaching include literacy studies and adolescent literacies; language and culture and sociolinguistic analyses; anthropology and education; cross-cultural studies; immigrant communities in the US and Europe; youth cultures; Middle Eastern populations in the US, including fieldwork and research in Yemeni and Iraqi communities; ethnography and qualitative research methods, discourse analysis, language and gender in education; education policy and social analysis. I have a courtesy appointment in the Department of Anthropology, and I am affiliated with the following: the Center for Research on Children, Youth, Families, and Schools; the Quantitative, Qualitative, and Measurement in Education Program; and, Women and Gender Studies.

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Professional Highlights

Honors and Recognition
2012 Recipient of College Distinguished Teaching Award, College of Education and Human Sciences 2005 Recipient of the National Reading Conference/Literacy Research Association Edward Fry Book Award for All American Yemeni girls: Being Muslim in a public school (2005)2003 Recipient of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars Distinguished Membership for contributions to the classroom, the campus, and the community, University of Nebraska-Lincol
Memberships
Member of the American Educational Research AssociationMember of the Literacy Research AssociationMember of Council on Anthropology and EducationMember of the American Anthropology Association