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Patricia Bromley

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Patricia Bromley

Associate Professor

Assistant: Kirsti Wagner

Office: CERAS 406

Other Titles

Associate Professor, Graduate School of Education
Associate Professor, Integrated Socio-Environmental Systems
Associate Professor (By courtesy), Sociology

Program Affiliations

SHIPS (PhD): International Comparative Education

Research Interests

Civic Education | International and Comparative Education | Leadership and Organization

See a full list of GSE Faculty research interests >

Recent Publications

Bromley, P., Overbey, L., Furuta, J., & Kijima, R. (2020). Education reform in the twenty-first century: declining emphases in international organisation reports, 1998-2018. GLOBALISATION SOCIETIES AND EDUCATION.

Bromley, P., Schofer, E., & Longhofer, W. (2020). Contentions over World Culture: The Rise of Legal Restrictions on Foreign Funding to NGOs, 1994-2015. SOCIAL FORCES, 99(1), 281–304.

Lucy, L., Demszky, D., Bromley, P., & Jurafsky, D. (2020). Content Analysis of Textbooks via Natural Language Processing: Findings on Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in Texas US History Textbooks. AERA OPEN, 6(3).

Patricia Bromley in the News & Media

In an op-ed, Associate Professor Patricia Bromley and doctoral student Minju Choi argue that when it comes to identifying policies to improve education, evidence proving effectiveness is not enough.
September 27, 2022
The Economist
Research led by Associate Professor Patricia Bromley shows that American history textbooks remain largely focused on the accomplishments of white men, while research led by Professor Thomas S. Dee shows sustained benefits of a high school ethnic studies course.
July 14, 2022
Associate Professor Patricia Bromley and Stanford undergraduate Sebastian Andrews make a case for including environmental education in history and civics courses.
September 22, 2021
Magnifying glass on a stack of textbooks
August 5, 2019
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