Erin Murphy-Graham

Adjunct Professor of Education
Graduate School of Education
(510) 642-8191
Research Expertise and Interest
educational equity, cultural studies, gender equity, diversity, international education, alternative schooling, democratic education, ethnic issues

Erin Murphy-Graham is interested in the role education plays in promoting or inhibiting social change. Her research focuses on three areas: the role education in promoting gender equity, the expansion and reform of secondary education in Latin America, and the connection between research and policy. Her most recent research is a qualitative study of the ways in which an innovative secondary education program empowers marginalized women in Garifuna villages on the north coast of Honduras.

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