School of Education
315 War Memorial Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061
Adrianne Pinkney is a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Education.
- Citizenship education with emphasis on Social Studies Education
- Democratic Education for urban youth of color and low-socioeconomic status
- Charter schools
- Comparative Education
- Cultural relevance
- PhD, Emory University
- MEd, University of Georgia
- BA, Spelman College
- Member of the School of Education Equity, Inclusion, & Student Experience committee
- National Council for the Social Studies College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) Member
- Jacqueline Jordan Irvine Award for Exemplary Paper in Multicultural Education, 2013 Division of Educational Studies, Emory University
- Gates Millennium Scholar, Scholarship Recipient, 2004 - 2015
- Division of Educational Studies Full Fellowship, Emory University, Atlanta GA, 2011- 2016
Hahn, C., & Pinkney, A. (2014). Civic Education in the United States, Handbuch fiir Politishe Bildung. [Handbook in Political Education]. (582-598) Wochen Schau Verlag: Wochenschau Verlag.
Pinkney, A. (2016). The Role of Schools in Educating Black Citizens: From the 1800s to the Present. Theory & Research in Social Education 44 (1), 72-103.
Pinkney, A., & Faison, M. Z-J. (2013). Critical Citizens: Teaching the Civil Rights Movement in Urban Schools, Ohio Social Studies Review, 50(2), 30-38.
Pinkney, A. (2013). Closing the Civic Empowerment Gap. [Review of the book No citizen left behind, by M. Levinson]. Theory and Research in Social Education, 41,(1), 176-178.
Pinkney, A. (2012). International Struggles for Critical Democratic Education. [Review of the book International Struggles for Critical Democratic Education, ed. by Knoester, M.]. Teachers College Record.
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