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Barry Goldenberg, IUME Research Fellow, Published online in Education's Histories
IUME is excited to share that Barry Goldenberg, a IUME Research Fellow, has recently been published in Education's Histories, an online publication in the history of education exploring new methodologies in the field. Goldenberg's article is the first part of a three-part serialized article, that will continue throughout 2015. This series, entitled "Youth Historians in Harlem: Exploring the Possibilities in Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth and Scholars," explores Goldenberg's work in his Youth Historians in Harlem (YHH) project at IUME. Specifically, this first article discusses how high school youth can be historical agents, and have the ability to produce historical research on the history of education. For more information about the Youth Historians project, please visit the project website here.
To read the Goldenberg's article at Education's Histories, please click here.
About Barry Goldenberg
Barry M. Goldenberg is an author and Doctoral student in the History and Education program at Teachers College, Columbia University. Barry serves as a Research Fellow at the Institute for Urban and Minority Education (IUME) where he is currently the Project Director for Youth Historians in Harlem—an after-school program which seeks to explore how innovative history experiences and public history can be used to both empower and improve the academic literacies of traditionally marginalized youth. Barry is the author of The Unknown Architects of Civil Rights (self-published), has been published in scholarly journals such as Urban Education, and has been featured in various other outlets such as the Harlem World Radio Show and TC Today. In addition, Barry resides as a Faculty Instructor with the National College of Exercise Professionals (NCEP) and has spent time abroad teaching in Cape Town, South Africa. Barry holds an M.A. from Columbia University and B.A. in History (highest departmental honors), magna cum laude, from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). You can find his personal website at www.barrygoldenberg.com.