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Viola Huang (Ph.D.)

Lecturer & Postdoctoral Researcher

University of Passau

History Education Division

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT

Lecturer & Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Passau, History Education Division. Since 2019.

Research Associate, University of Passau, History Education Division. 2016 – 2019.

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

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

EDUCATION

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.

Staatsexamen, University of Konstanz, English, Philosophy, History. 2010.

Visiting Student: National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei (2011), University of York, UK (2010), University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada (2006 – 2007).

HONORS & SCHOLARSHIPS

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 [German National Academic Foundation]: ERP-Scholarship. 2012 – 2014.

PRESENTATIONS & TALKS

“The History of Intersectional Politics in the Black Power Movement.” Lecture Series: Mapping the Margins, Revisited: Intersectionality and American Studies, University of Passau, June 2021.

“Independence and Self-Sufficiency: Black Power Schools as a Response to Educational Injustice.” Annual Meeting of the German Association for American Studies, Heidelberg, Germany, June 2021.

“Teaching History in the Age of COVID and Mass Social Movements: A Global Perspective.” Panel participant, Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), virtual conference, April 2021

“Beyond Public Schools: Black Educational Activism in Harlem in the Late 1960s.” Annual Meeting of the History of Education Society, virtual Conference, November 2020.

„Die USA in der Krise – transatlantische Einschätzungen [The USA in crisis – transatlantic perspectives],“ Panel Participant. American Election Night: Perspektiven auf die US-Präsidentschaftswahl [Perspectives on the US presidential election], Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg, November 2020.

“Between Reform and Radical Change: Black Power Education in Harlem in the Late 1960s.” Annual Meeting of the Historians in the German Association of American Studies, Bad Bevensen, Germany, February 2020.

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

“Education and Self-Determination: Black Power Schools in Harlem as a Response to Educational Injustice.” Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Toronto, Canada, April 2019.

“Teaching Critical Information and Media Literacy through the Black Power Movement and Documentary Film.” Annual Meeting of the European Conference on Information Literacy, Oulu, Finland, September 2018.

“20th Century Black Power Schools in Harlem as a Response to Educational Injustice.” Annual Meeting of the 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.” Annual Meeting of German Association for American Studies, Berlin, May 2018.

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

“’An Alternative to Black Educational Genocide:’ Schools that emerged out of the Black Power Movement in Harlem, 1960-1980.” Guest Lecture at American Studies Colloquium, Prof. Dr. Waldschmidt-Nelson, University of Augsburg, December 2017.

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

“The Role of German Superiority in Nineteenth Century Little Germany.” Annual Meeting of the History of Education Society, Nashville, TN, October 2013.

“The Great Migration: An Untold History of the African American Migration Experience.” Annual U.S. Meeting of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes [German National Academic Foundation], Washington D.C., April 2013.

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