Prof. A. J. Angulo















A. J. Angulo, historian of education, is the Elizabeth Singleton Endowed Professor of Education. He received his doctorate from Harvard University where he was a Teaching Fellow in history of education and history of science. At Winthrop University, he teaches courses on the social, political, legal, intellectual, and comparative dimensions of America's educational past. His current research explores transnational histories of education, the economy, and economic thought across the twentieth century. His other research interests include international and global education, contemporary educational politics and policy, and school law. He is the author of William Barton Rogers and the Idea of MIT (2009) and Empire and Education (2012). 

Angulo has presented papers at such national and international conferences as the History of Education Society, International Standing Conference for the History of Education, Social Science History Association, European Society for the History of Science, American Education Research Association, International Society for Educational Biography, and the Society for the Study of Curriculum History. His publications have appeared in History of Education Quarterly, Historical Studies in Education, History of Science, Perspectives on the History of Higher Education, Vitae Scholastica, Curriculum History, World History Encyclopedia, Education and Law Journal, and Innovative Higher Education.


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