Pauline Lipman, professor of policy studies, College of Education, University of Illinois-Chicago
Lipman’s research focuses on race and class inequality in schools, globalization and urban development, and the political economy and cultural politics of race in urban education. She is the author of Race, Class, and Power in School Restructuring and High Stakes Education: Inequality, Globalization, and Urban School Reform, among other books. Lipman studies the relationship of school policy to neoliberal urban development in Chicago. She is also a founder and active member of Chicago-area Teachers for Social Justice.
This talk is sponsored by the Henkels Grant Lecture Series, as well as the Education, Schooling, and Society academic minor.