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Kathleen Hall, PhD

Associate Professor of Education and Anthropology, Graduate School of Education

Dr. Kathleen Hall has taught at the University of Pennsylvania since 1995. A sociocultural anthropologist, Kathleen has a secondary appointment in the Department of Anthropology, is a member of the Graduate Groups in South Asia Studies and Sociology and is affiliated with the Urban Studies, Asian American Studies and Master of Liberal Arts programs at Penn.

Kathleen is the author of Lives in Translation: Sikh Youth as British Citizens. In her research and publications she focuses on four major areas: immigration, citizenship and racial and class inequality in the United Kingdom and the US; the politics of knowledge in public sector policy and governance; risk management, human rights and anti-terrorism law in the United Kingdom; and concepts of "global citizenship" and related efforts to "internationalize" K-16 education in the US and the UK.

Kathleen has been a Fulbright Fellow, a Spencer Dissertation Fellow, a National Academy of Education Postdoctoral Fellow and a Salzburg Seminar Fellow. In 2001, she received the Michael Katz Excellence in Teaching Award in the Urban Studies Program and in 2009 the Provost's Award for Distinguished PhD Teaching and Mentoring.

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