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Dr. Viola Huang (Ph.D.)

Universität Passau

Professur für Didaktik der Geschichte

AKADEMISCHE ANSTELLUNGEN

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Universität Passau, Professur für Didaktik der Geschichte // BMBF-Projekt: „Innovative Lehrformate in der Lehrerbildung, digitally enhanced“ . Seit 2016.

Fellow, Columbia University Teachers College, Center on History & Education. 2014 – 2016.

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Columbia University Teachers College, History & Education Program/ Social Studies Program. 2013 – 2016.

AKADEMISCHE AUSBILDUNG

Doctor of Philosohy (Ph.D.), Columbia University Teachers College, History & Education. 2019.

Dissertation: “Between Protest, Compromise, and Education for Radical Change: Black Power Schools in Harlem in the Late 1960s.”

Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.), Columbia University Teachers College, History & Education. 2016.

Staatsprüfung für das Lehramt an Gymnasien, Universität Konstanz, Englisch, Philosophie, Geschichte. 2010.

Auslandsstudien an der National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei (2011), der University of York, UK (2010), und der University of Windsor, Ontario, Kanada (2006 – 2007).

STIPENDIEN & PROJEKTFÖRDERUNG (Auswahl)

Columbia University Teachers College, Doctoral Dissertation Grant. 2019.
European Association for American Studies Conference Travel Grant. 2018.
German Historical Institute Doctoral Fellowship. 2016.
Center on History & Education Fellowship, Columbia University Teachers College. 2014 – 2015
Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes: ERP-Stipendium. 2012 – 2014.

KONFERENZVORTRÄGE

“Between Reform and Radical Change: Black Power Education in Harlem in the Late 1960s.” Jahrestreffen der Historians in the German Association of American Studies, Bad Bevensen, Deutschland, Februar 2020.

“Teaching Critical Information and Media Literacy through the History of the Black Freedom Struggle.” Jahrestreffen der International Society for History Didactics, Tutzing, Deutschland, September 2019.

“Education and Self-Determination: Black Power Schools in Harlem as a Response to Educational Injustice.” Jahrestreffen der American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Kanada, April 2019.

“Teaching Critical Information and Media Literacy through the Black Power Movement and Documentary Film.” Jahrestreffen der European Conference on Information Literacy, Oulu, Finnland, September 2018.

“20th Century Black Power Schools in Harlem as a Response to Educational Injustice.” Jahrestreffen der International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Berlin, August 2018.

“Teaching the Black Power Movement, the Genre of Documentary Film, and Critical Media Literacy.” Jahrestreffen der German Association for American Studies, Berlin, Mai 2018.

“Protest, Education, and Self-Determination: Black Power Schools in Harlem, 1960-1980.” Jahrestreffen der European and British Association for American Studies, London, UK, April 2018.

„Das Bild und die Wahrheit: Wie Bilder auf unsere Konstruktion von Realität einwirken.” IML-Think Tank, Universität Passau, Januar 2018.

“’An Alternative to Black Educational Genocide:’ Schools that emerged out of the Black Power Movement in Harlem, 1960-1980.” Gastvortrag im American Studies Colloquium, Prof. Dr. Waldschmidt-Nelson, Professur für Geschichte des europäisch-transatlantischen Kulturraums, Universität Augsburg, Dezember 2017.

„Wa(h)re Geschichte: Geschichtsbilder in der Werbung.” IML-Think Tank, Universität Passau, Dezember 2017.

“Black Power Schools in Harlem, 1960-1980.” GHI Colloquium Series, German Historical Institute, Washington D.C., Juni 2016.

“Archival Research and Record-Keeping.” Gastvortrag im Seminar “The History of Education in New York City,” Prof. B. Weneck, Teachers College, New York, Februar 2016.

“The Role of German Superiority in Nineteenth Century Little Germany.” Jahrestreffen der History of Education Society, Nashville, TN, Oktober 2013.

“The Great Migration: An Untold History of the African American Migration Experience.” US-Amerikanisches Jahrestreffen der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, Washington D.C., April 2013.

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