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Brian W. Dotts

Brian W. Dotts

Dr. Brian W. Dotts is a faculty member in the College of Education at the University of Georgia, where his areas of expertise include the history and philosophy of education, education policy, multiculturalism, and critical theory. He is also an affiliated scholar at the University of Georgia's Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute. Additionally, he taught American politics at Indiana University Southeast for 15 years as an adjunct lecturer. Dr. Dotts is also a contributing writer and editorial board member of the Journal of Philosophy and History of Education.

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Brian W. Dotts

Brian W. Dotts

Dr. Brian W. Dotts is a faculty member in the College of Education at the University of Georgia, where his areas of expertise include the history and philosophy of education, education policy, multiculturalism, and critical theory. He is also an affiliated scholar at the University of Georgia's Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute. Additionally, he taught American politics at Indiana University Southeast for 15 years as an adjunct lecturer. Dr. Dotts is also a contributing writer and editorial board member of the Journal of Philosophy and History of Education.