Elizabeth Heilman is Associate Professor of Education at the Michigan State University. Dr. Heilman's research is characterized by interdisciplinary scholarship and explores how social and political imaginations are shaped and how various philosophies, educational policies, and pedagogies influence the practice of democratic citizenship, especially global citizenship. Dr. Heilman has served on the executive committee of the National Council for the Social Studies NCSS - CUFA for three years and has served as the chair of the Division B for the American Education Research Association. She is the author or editor of more than 35 book chapters and articles and five books including Reclaiming Education for Democracy (2008, Routledge) with Paul Shaker.
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