Dr. Barbara Shircliffe
Professor and Chair, Department of Educational and Psychological Studies
Dr. Shircliffe received her Ph.D. from the University at Buffalo in Social Foundations of Education. Her research has focused on southern school segregation and desegregation, oral history, and school policy. Dr. Shircliffe has published two books on school desegregation, numerous book chapters and articles in top journal such Urban Review, History of Educational Quarterly, and Oral History Review. She is also a member of the Editorial Board, Race, Ethnicity and Education.
Michael, D. and Shircliffe, B. (2021, June 14-25). Social Justice Through An Unlikely Door: How The General Education Board Found Support For Secondary Education Through Local Identity [Conference Presentation]. ISCHE 42, Virtual Meeting.