Matthew Knoester receives Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship to travel to India

Matthew Knoester, associate professor of educational studies, will travel to Delhi University in India in January 2019 on a Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship.

He will work with faculty members and graduate students for two weeks in relation to a book he edited, “International Struggles for Critical Democratic Education.” The book includes a chapter by Dr. Latika Gupta, who is a professor of education at Delhi University.


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