PhD in International Education

Recent Publications by Doctoral Students


Moland, N. (Forthcoming 2015) “Can Multicultural Education Be Exported? Dilemmas of Diversity on Nigeria’s Sesame Square.” Comparative Education Review.

Moland, N. (In press) “Education in Nigeria: An Overview,” in Amoako, Emefa, ed., Education in West Africa. London: Bloomsbury.

Gozik, N., & Sorkin, C. (n.d.). Beyond the study abroad industry: Perspectives from other disciplines on assessing study abroad learning outcomes; Closing the loop: Linking stages of the assessment cycle; Adapting the office mission and assessment practices to institutational needs; A closer look at the Wesleyan Intercultural Competence Scale (WICS): A new tool for measuring study abroad outcomes. In V. Savicki & E. Brewer (Authors), Assessing study abroad: Theory, tools, and practice.


Friedman, J. Z. & Miller-Idriss, C. (2014). Gateways and guesthomes: How US area studies centers serve as arbiters of scholar mobility. In B. Streitwieser (Ed.), Internationalisation of
Higher Education and Global Mobility. Oxford: Symposium.


Bracho, C., Milner, M., Srivastava, V. et al. (In press). Gandhian wisdom in the classroom. Sethia, T. (Ed).The wisdom of nonviolence: Proceedings from an international conference. New Delhi: Penguin India. 

Hanauer, E. (In press).  Histoire nationale et multiculturalisme: l’enseignement de l’histoire afro-américaine en débat. Benoit, F., et al. (Eds). Ecole et nation. Lyon: Editions de l'Institut National de Recherche Pédagogique.

Hanauer, E. (In press). The integration and segregation of African American history: Self-esteem and recognition in history education. Carrier, P., & Falaize, B. (Eds).  School and nation: Identity politics and educational media in the age of diversity. New York: Peter Lang.

Jaumont, F. & Ross, J. (2013) “French heritage language vitality in the United States. Heritage Language Journal, 9(3).

Moland, N. (2013) Book Review of Kagendo Mutua and Cynthia Sunal Szymanski, Advances in Research and Praxis in Special Education in Africa, Caribbean, and the Middle East (Charlotte: Information Age Publishing, 2012), Teachers College Record.

Pai, G. (2013). Particularizing Universal Education in Postcolonial Sierra Leone. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 16(1).

Wahl, R. (2013). Policing, values, and violence: Human rights education with law enforcers in India. Special Issue on Human Rights Education and Training: Taking Stock of Theory and Practice. Oxford Journal of Human Rights Practice, 5(2).


Das, A., Mogford, E., Barbhuiya, R., Chandra, S., & Wahl, R. (2012). Reviewing responsibilities and renewing relationships: An intervention with men on violence against women in India. Culture, Health, and Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care,14(6), 659-75.

Jaumont, F. (2012). The French Revolution. Language Magazine. The Journal of Communication & Education.

Jaumont, F. (2012). Need for French-English bilingual education clear. Education Week, 31(29), 35-25.

Jaumont, F. & Ross, J. (2012). Building bilingual communities: New York's French bilingual revolution. Ofelia, G., Zeena, Z., & Bahar, O. (Eds), Bilingual community education and multilingualism. Beyond heritage languages in a global city (pp. 232-246).  Bristol, U.K.: Multilingual Matters.

Sasaki, L. (2012) Arubaito, or short-term working abroad in Japan: A case study of Brazilian university students of Japanese descent, Research in Comparative and International Education, 7(1), 115-125.


Buckley, J., & Sattin-Bajaj, C. (2011). Are ELL students underrepresented in charter schools? Demographic trends in New York City, 2006–2008. Journal of School Choice, 5(1), 40-65.

Burde, D., Kapit, A., Wahl, R., & Guven, O. (2011). Education and Conflict Mitigation: What the Aid Workers Say. Washington, DC: USAID.

Guven, O., Kapit, A., & Burde, D. (2011). The Education of Former Child Soldiers: Finding a Way Back to Civilian Identity. Education Above All.

Hanauer, E., & Phan, A.. (2011). Global higher educaiton's boldest step. University World News, 85.  Retrieved from University World News

Kapit, A. & Burde, D. (2011). Annex 1: Prioritizing the agenda for research for the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack: Why evidence is important, what we know, and how to learn more. New York, NY: GCPEA, pp. 29-46.

Miller-Idriss, C. and Bracho, C. (2011) Oxford Bibliographies Online: Nationalism. New York: Oxford University Press. <>

Miller-Idriss, C. and Hanauer, E. (2011). Transnational higher education: Offshore campuses in the Middle East. Comparative Education, 47(2), 181-207.

2010 and Earlier

Gershberg, A. I., & Meade, B. (2005). Parental contributions, school‐level finances and decentralization: an analysis of Nicaraguan autonomous school budgets. Comparative Education, 41(3), 291-308.

Sattin-Bajaj, C. (2009). Informing Immigrant Families about High School Choice in New York City: Challenges and Possibilities. New York University Prepared for School Choice and School Improvement: Research in State, District and Community Contexts, 25-27.

Suárez-Orozco, M. M., & Sattin-Bajaj, C. (Eds.). (2010). Educating the whole child for the whole world: The Ross school model and education for the global era. NYU Press.

*Note that this is not a comprehensive listing of doctoral student publications.