Tyson E.J. Marsh
376 Hokona Hall, MSCO5 3040
College of Education
1 University of New Mexico
505.277.0441
[email protected]
Academic Background
Ph.D.: University of California, Los Angeles, Urban Schooling, 2010
Dissertation Title: Understanding and creating critical spaces for youth voices and
writing.
M.A.: University of California, Los Angeles, Higher Education and Organizational
Change, 2003
B.A.: University of Washington, Seattle, American Ethnic Studies, 2001
B.A.: University of Washington, Seattle, Political Science, 2001
Research Interests
Political social, cultural, economic contexts of schooling; Critical theories of praxis; P20 partnerships and collaboration; Neoliberal educational reform and globalizaton
Professional Experience
Assistant Professor, Department of Teacher Education, Educational Leadership and
Policy, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. (August 2013 – Present)
Courses: LEAD 501: Educational Leadership in a Democratic Society; LEAD
550: Culturally Responsive Leadership for Equity and Social Justice; LEAD
635: Legal and Fiscal Underpinnings of Educational Equity.
Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Iowa
State University, Ames, IA. (January 2010 –July 2013)
Courses: ELPS 591: Social Justice Fieldwork: Cuba Study Abroad - History,
Art, and Education; ED ADM 556: School Systems as Learning Cultures;
RES EV 550: Introduction to Educational Research; ELPS 624: Critical Race
Theory in Higher Education; ED ADM 652X: The Politics of Education: Public
Pedagogy; ED ADM 559: Curriculum Leadership; ED ADM 558: Diverse
Learning Needs.
Adjunct Professor, MA in International Education Program, American International
College, Cairo Campus, Cairo, Egypt. (September 2007 – October 2009)
Courses: EDC 417: Essential Foundations of Quality Education - Classroom
Management; EDC 417: Essential Foundations of Quality Education Instructional Planning and the Effective Use of Assessment Strategies; EDC
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472: Foundations of Administrative Leadership - Leadership and Educational
Change.
Headmaster, The International American School of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt.
(August 2006 – August 2009)
College Admissions Advisor and Instructor, AMIDEAST, Alexandria, Egypt. (July
2006 – August 2006)
Teacher – High School English, The International School of Choueifat, Cairo, Egypt.
(January 2006 – June 2006)
Instructor – High School Creative Writing Course, Inglewood High School,
Inglewood, CA. (July 2004 – June 2005)
Managing Editor, Ufahamu African Studies Journal, James S. Coleman African
Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles. (July 2004 – July 2005)
Teaching Assistant – Teacher Education Program Course, Language and Culture,
University of California, Los Angeles, CA. (January 2005 – March 2005)
Teaching Assistant – Graduate Education Course, Race and Education, University of
California, Los Angeles, CA. (October 2004 – December 2004)
Director of Diversity, The Overlake School. (July 2001 – July 2002)
Director, Encouraging Minority Peoples to Overcome With Education and Respect
(EMPOWER) Outreach Program, University of Washington. (October 1999 – Spring
2001)
Publications
Edited Books
Marsh, T., Croom, N. (forthcoming - 2014). Envisioning a critical race praxis for
leadership: Critical race counterstories across P-20 contexts. Charlotte, NC:
Information Age Publishing.
Refereed
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (2012). “God gave us two ears and one mouth for a reason”:
Building on cultural wealth through a call-and-response pedagogy. International
Journal of Multicultural Education, 14(3), 1-17.
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (2005). Weaving multiple dialects in the classroom discourse:
Poetry and spoken word as a critical teaching tool. In Taboo: The Journal of
Education and Culture, 9(2), Fall-Winter 2005, 71-90.
Marsh, T. (2002). Understanding intolerance: Hate crime and its potential
associates. The McNair Scholars Journal, 1(1), 97-111. Seattle, WA: University of
Washington Press.
Non-refereed
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Marsh, T., Desai, S. (2006). Critical hip hop literacy. In S. Steinberg; P. Parmar; B.
Richard (Eds.), Contemporary Youth Culture: An International Encyclopedia
(GR2716). Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (2006). I write for that shy little girl: Spoken word’s power to
document. In S. Steinberg; P. Parmar; B. Richard (Eds.), Contemporary Youth
Culture: An International Encyclopedia (pp. 541-545). Westport, CT: Greenwood
Publishing Group, Inc.
Book Chapters
Marsh, T., Hollingworth, L., Hale, S., Gillon, K. (2011). Population shifts: diversity in
Iowa’s K-12 public and private schools. In Hollingworth, L., and Manges, C., (Eds.)
Organization and administration of Iowa’s K-12 public and private schools (pp. 8797). Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishers.
Obidah, J., Buenavista, T., Gildersleeve, R., Kim, P., Marsh, T. (2007). Teaching in
“hard to teach in” contexts: African American teachers uniquely positioned in the
African American educational pipeline. In J. Jackson (Ed.), Strengthening the
African American educational pipeline: Informing research, policy, and practice (pp.
37-52). New York, NY: SUNY Press.
Obidah, J.E., Marsh, T. (2006). Utilizing student’s cultural capital in the teaching
and learning process: “As if” learning communities and African American students’
literate currency. In Alvermann, D.E., Hinchman, K.A., Moore, D.A., Phelps, S.F.,
and Waff, D.R., (Eds.), Reconceptualizing the Literacies in Adolescents’ Lives, 2nd
Edition (pp. 107-127). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Creative Works
Marsh, T. (forthcoming - 2014). Anonymous pharaoh. To appear in a catalogue and
exhibition of The Museum of Civilisations of Europe and the Mediterranean.
Marsh, T. (Photographer) (2013). Anonymous pharaoh. In Hamdy, B., Stone Karl,
D., Eltahawy, M. (Eds.) Walls of freedom: Street art of the Egyptian revolution. Berlin,
DE: From Here to Fame Publishing.
Professional Presentations
Refereed
Liou, D., Marsh, T. (November 8, 2013). “Don’t give up on me”: Towards a critical
mentoring pedagogy for the classroom. Paper presented at the National Association
for Multicultural Education National Conference, Oakland, CA.
Marsh, T., Nava, P., Martinez, A., Bautista, M., Liou, D., Amah, I. (May 1, 2013).
Chair: Mutual, reciprocal, and politicized: Mentoring as a critical pedagogical practice
for transformation. Roundtable presented at the American Educational Research
Association National Conference, San Francisco, CA.
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Marsh, T. (April 28, 2013). Educational leadership and conflict in international
contexts. Symposium presented at the American Educational Research Association
National Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Cooper, R., Antrop-Gonzalez, R., Marsh, T., Liou, D. (April 13, 2013). Contemporary
issues in multicultural education: The relationship between caring and high
expectations for the academic success of low-income students of color. Symposium
presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education Region 7
Conference, Kansas City, MO.
Knaus, C.B., Marsh, T. (November 30, 2012). Fostering Movements or Silencing
Voices: Questioning the Role of Education in Egypt and South Africa. Paper
presented at the National Association for Multicultural Education National
Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Amah, I., Bivens, G., Burciaga, R., Liou, D., Marsh, T., Martinez, E. (November 17,
2012). Chair and Discussant: The role of leadership in confronting racism in K-12
schooling. Symposium presented at the University Council for Educational
Administration National Conference, Denver, CO.
Marsh, T., Bivens, G., Martinez, E. (November 17, 2012). Education policy as racist
public pedagogy: Preparing future principals to be anti-racist public intellectuals.
Paper presented at the University Council for Educational Administration National
Conference, Denver, CO.
Marsh, T., (November 16, 2012). The neoliberal imperialist educational project and
the rise of revolution: Lessons from the youth of Egypt. Paper presented at the
University Council for Educational Administration National Conference, Denver, CO.
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (April 17, 2012). Concrete roses and gutter rainbows:
Envisioning and constructing an aesthetic capital. Paper presented at the American
Educational Research Associations National Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Marsh, T., Al-Saleh, D., Arefin, M.R. (July 15th, 2011). Egypt, revolutionary public
pedagogy, “disorder,” and the reclamation of space. Paper presented at the
International Conference on Critical Education, Athens, Greece.
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (June 3, 2011). Recognizing and challenging the unintended
consequences of qualitative research: Advocating a dialogic methodology to promote
indigenous/decolonizing research. Paper presented at the Ethnographic and
Qualitative Research Conference, Cedarville, OH
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (May 21, 2011). Envisioning an Aesthetic Capital: Building on
Cultural Wealth Through a Call-n-Response Pedagogy. Paper presented at the
Critical Race Studies in Education Association Conference, San Antonio, TX
Maramba, D., Marsh, T., Jain, D., Osei-Kofi, N. (November 20, 2010). Critical policy
analysis, reform, and the Obama Administration. Symposium presented at the
Association for the Study of Higher Education’s National Conference. Indianapolis,
IN
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Marsh, T., Amah, I., Jain, D., Knaus, C. (October 28, 2010). Toward a critical race
leadership across the p-20 pipeline. Symposium presentated at the University
Council for Educational Administration’s National Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Marsh, T., Desai, S. (May 3, 2010). God gave us two ears and one mouth: Building
on cultural wealth through a call-and-response pedagogy. Paper presented at the
American Educational Research Associations National Conference, Denver, CO.
Knaus, C., Marsh, T., Mayfield-Lynch, K., Rogers-Ard, R., Scott, A. (December 5,
2009). Critical race theory in education: Community resistance through sustained
collaboration. Panel presentation at the International Conference on Teacher
Education and Social Justice, Chicago, IL.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (April 15, 2005). Weaving multiple dialects in the classroom
discourse. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Associations
National Conference, Montreal, Quebec.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (April 14, 2005). A poetic approach to social justice in the
classroom. Paper presentation at the American Educational Research Associations
National Conference, Montreal, Quebec.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (April 12, 2005). Promoting critical literacy through poetry and
spoken word. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Associations
National Conference, Montreal, Quebec.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (July 25, 2004). Poetry and spoken word as an anti-oppressive
teaching tool. Workshop presentation at the annual Anti-oppressive Teachers
Conference, San Francisco, CA.
Desai, S., Marsh, T. (July 17, 2004). Promoting critical literacy through poetry and
spoken word. Paper presented at the 2nd annual International Conference on
Imagination in Education, Vancouver, Canada.
Marsh, T. (February 28, 2004). School discipline and punishment policies as
systemic violence. Research findings presented at the annual Ethnography in
Education Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Marsh, T. (October 30, 2004). School suspension as systemic violence. In J.
Obidah’s When Social Justice Means the Basic Right to and Education Symposium.
Research Findings presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational
Studies Association, Mexico City, Mexico.
Knaus, C.B., Marsh, T. (March 24, 2001). Connecting critical consciousness and
college outreach and recruitment: The EMPOWER outreach program. Workshop
presentation at the annual Dr. Coleman Conference, Eugene, OR.
Marsh, T. (August 29, 1999). Black women and grassroots political involvement. Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Atlanta,
GA.
Invited/Non-refereed
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Marsh, T. (November 14, 2013). Comedy as public pedagogy. Presented for the
University of New Mexico
Marsh, T. (November 2, 2011). Egypt, revolutionary public pedagogy, “disorder,” and
the reclamation of space. Presented for the Iowa State University Educational
Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Social Justice Brown Bag Series, Ames,
IA.
Marsh, T. (October 21, 2011). Teaching, learning, and leadership in a new
democratic system in Egypt. Workshop presented at the Northwest Accreditation
Commission International Conference, Cairo, Egypt
Marsh, T. (April 23, 2011). Critical democratic education. Workshop presented at the
Northwest Accreditation Association Commission International Conference, Cairo,
Egypt.
Marsh, T. (April 24, 2010). Young black voices. Keynote address delivered at the
Iowa State University Black Graduate Student Association’s, Men’s Networking
Breakfast, Ames, IA.
Marsh, T. (October 24, 2009). Centering youth voices and co-constructing
democratic classroom spaces. Symposium presented at the Developing A
Constructive Teaching and Learning Environment: An International Educational
Workshop, Cairo, Egypt.
Marsh, T. (December 3, 2008). Critical democratic citizenship, education and
globalization. Keynote Address to the International Womens Council of Alexandria,
Alexandria, Egypt.
Porter, T., Marsh, T. (March 19, 2005). Constructing a community hip hop
pedagogy. Community work presented at the National Society of Black Engineers
National Conference, Boston, MA.
Grants
Extramural
Affiliate Faculty, Facing History and Ourselves (FHAO) at Iowa State
University. (2012 - 2013)
Debra Engel
Year one fully funded at $37,434. Continued funding anticipated based on evaluation
of year one)
Nana Osei-Kofi and Katie Bruna, Principal Investigators. This project is designed to
facilitate collaboration between School of Education faculty and K-12 educators in
drawing upon and implementing FHAO teaching strategies to support diversity and
socially just action in K-12 schools.
Co-Principal Investigator, Advanced Technological Education Grant at Iowa
State University (2011)
National Science Foundation
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Applied for $1,200,000. Project not funded.
Frankie Laanan, Principal Investigator. This grant was to explore the organizational
and structural factors and multiple educational strategies that create career and
educational pathways for traditionally underrepresented students in ATE programs in
community colleges.
Key Personnel, UCLA-Ingelwood Unified School District Federal GEAR UP
Grant. (2002 – 2005)
U.S. Department of Education
Award fully funded at $4,200,000.
Jennifer Obidah, Principal Investigator. This project informed the implementation of a
federally funded partnership between the University of California, Los Angeles and
Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD). Through the collection and analysis of
longitudinal data, this study evaluated and reported on efforts to improve the collegegoing aspirations of non-traditional, middle and high school students in IUSD.
Findings were reported to the Federal Government on an annual basis.
Intramural
Co-PI, Research Allocation Committee Grant, University of New Mexico. (2013)
University of New Mexico, Faculty Senate Research Allocations Committee
Award not funded at $9,725
In partnership with Co-PI, Robin Minthorn, this grant was submitted to explore Native
American College students sense of space, place and community on three
campuses of a large, Southwest Research University utlilizing arts-based research
and photovoice.
Key Personnel, Iowa State University Women’s and Diversity Grant Program at
Iowa State University. (2012)
Iowa State University Office of the Senior Vice President and Provost
Award fully funded at $4,970
College of Human Sciences Survey for Assessing Institutional Climate.
Principal Investigators, Drs. Mary Damhorst, Katherine Bruna, and Eulanda Sanders
Key Personnel, Iowa State University Innovative Teaching Initiatives Program.
(2012)
Iowa State University, College of Human Sciences
Award fully funded at $30,150.
College-wide Qualitative Research Coursework Development and Refinement.
Principal Investigator, Dr. Carla Peterson. Oversaw the development of RES EV 680,
Critical issues in interpretive methodologies.
EMPOWER Outreach Program. (1999 - 2001)
University of Washington, Office of the President
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Award fully funded at $20,000.
This proposal was submitted to design and implement an outreach program to
increase the number of minority applicants to the University of Washington while
promoting cross-cultural efforts, leadership and critical consciousness in order to
address social inequalities on and off campus.
Awards/Honors
Nominee, Early Career Teaching Award.
College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University
2012
Early Career Scholar
Committee on Scholars of Color in Education Research, American
Educational Research Association
2010
David L. Boren Fellowship
United States National Security Education Program
2005
Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Program
The Graduate College, University of California, Los Angeles
2005
Graduate Summer Research Mentorship
The Graduate College, University of California, Los Angeles
2004
GEAR UP Teaching Award
Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs,
UCLA-Inglewood Unified School District
2004
Educational Opportunity Program Award
Office of Minority Affairs, University of Washington
2001
Samuel E. Kelly Scholarship
Office of Minority Affairs, University of Washington
2000
Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program Scholar
Office of Minority Affairs, University of Washington
2000
Ralph Bunche Scholar
American Political Science Association, Ralph Bunche Summer Institute,
University of Virginia
1999
Service
Professional
Manuscript Reviewer
International Journal of Multicultural Education
2011 - Present
Conference Proposal Reviewer
University Council for Educational Administration
2011 – Present
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Member, Leadership for Social Justice SIG
American Educational Research Association
2011 – Present
Manuscript Reviewer
Journal of Critical Education Policy Studies
Senior Vice President
Middle East Association of National Schools
2012
2011 – 2012
Proposal Reviewer, School Leadership Program Grant
U.S. Department of Education, Office of Innovation and Improvement
2010
Advisory Board Member
InterActions UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies
2003 – 2005
Manuscript Reviewer
Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies
2004 – 2005
University
Faculty Mentor, Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program
Iowa State University
2012
Member, Black Faculty and Staff Association
Iowa State University
2012
Faculty Advisor, Black Graduate Student Association
Iowa State University
2012
College
Member, Provost’s Management Team for the College of Education
College of Education, University of New Mexico
2013 - Present
Member, Extension Committee
School of Education, Iowa State University
2012 – 2013
Member, Diversity, Equity, and Community Committee
College of Human Sciences, Iowa State University
2010 – 2013
Member, School of Education Committee Task Force
Iowa State University School of Education Committee Task Force
2012
Member, Academic Program Structure Committee
School of Education, Iowa State University
2012
Department
Member, Faculty Search Committee, Secondary Education
Teacher Education, Educational Leadership and Policy Department,
University of New Mexico
2013 – 2014
Member, Curriculum Committee
2011 – 2013
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Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Iowa State
University
Member, Awards Committee
Educational Administration Program, Iowa State University
2011 – 2013
Member, Assessment Committee
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Iowa State
University
2011 – 2013
Faculty, Social Justice Program Certificate
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Iowa State
University
2010 – 2013
Faculty Representative, School Administrators of Iowa
Educational Administration Program, Iowa State University
2010 – 2013
Member, Qualitative Research Methodologist Search Committee
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Iowa State
University
2012
Member, Faculty Search Committee, Educational Administration
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Department, Iowa State
University
2011
Community and Public Service
Community Outreach, Albuquerque Interfaith
2013
Membership in Professional Associations
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
2005 – Present
Middle East Association of National Schools (MEANS)
2007 – Present
University Council For Educational Administration (UCEA)
2010 – Present
National Association for Multicultural Education (NAME)
2012 – Present
Iowa Council of Professors of Educational Administration (ICPEA)
2010 – 2013
Critical Education
2012
Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA)
2011
Association for the Study of Higher Education (ASHE)
2010
American Educational Studies Association (AESA)
2003
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