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PhD, International Education, New York University, Steinhardt School of Education
MA, International Education, New York University, Steinhardt School of Education
BA, History, The University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee
Ulster University, Northern Ireland, UK
Visiting Professor 2015-2019
George Mason Univ., Program on History, Memory, and Conflict
Dr. Worden’s larger research interests include history teaching, history textbooks, memory, citizenship education, education and transitional justice, nationalism and national identity, and international exchange.
Worden, E.A. 2014. National Identity and Educational Reform: Contested Classrooms. New York: Routledge.
Friedman, Jonathan and Elizabeth Anderson Worden. 2016. Creating interdisciplinary Space on Campus: Lessons from US Area Studies Centers. Higher Education Research & Development, 35 (1): 129-141.
Worden, Elizabeth Worden. 2011. “The ‘Mock Reform’ of History Curriculum in Moldova: Actors versus the Script” Comparative Education Review 55 (2): 231-251.
Miller-Idriss, Cynthia and Elizabeth Anderson Worden. 2010.“Internationalization in U.S. Higher Education: Studying the Middle East in the American University.” Globalisation, Societies, and Education 8 (3): 393-409.
Anderson, E. A. 2005. “Backward, Forward, or Both? Moldovan Teachers’ Relationship to the State and the Nation.” Journal of European Education (Fall) 37 (3): 53-67.
Gardinier, Meg P. and E.A. Worden. 2010. “The Semblance of Progress Amidst the Absence of Change: Educating for an Imagined Europe in Moldova and Albania” In Post-Socialism is Not Dead: (Re)reading the Global in Comparative Education, edited by Iveta Silova, 183-212. Bingley: Emerald Publishing.
Worden, E.A. and Jeremy Browne. Forthcoming 2016. “Trends in Arabic Language Learning on U.S. Campuses,” In Producing Knowledge on World Regions: Middle Eastern Studies in Critical Perspective, edited by Seteney Shami and Cynthia Miller-Idriss. New York: New York University Press.
Worden, E.A., 2014. “Worden, E.A. 2014 “Education in the Republic of Moldova: Challenges and Promises,” In Education in Eastern Europe and Eurasia. London: Bloomsbury.