Professor of Education Adam Howard and Kayla Freeman ’19 have published an article in the journal International Studies in Sociology of Education titled “Teaching difference: global citizenship education within an elite single-sex context.” The article is the culmination of their collaboration on the project, which “employs the concept of ‘everyday multiculturalism’ to examine what students at an elite school in Australia are taught about working with and across difference through global citizenship education within a single-sex classroom model.”

Freeman was Howard’s student research assistant for two years, and they presented an earlier draft of this article at the Eastern Sociological Society conference last year.