Ujju Aggarwal

BA, New York University. MPhil and PhD, Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Cultural anthropologist whose work examines how post-Brown v. Board of Education “choice.” as a key principle of reform and management in education, became central to how rights, freedom, and citizenship were imagined, structured, and constrained. Research grows out of her long-time work as a community organizer and educator. Taught urban studies, anthropology, and research methods courses at the New School and at Hunter College. Currently works with the Parent Leadership Project at the Bloomingdale Family Head Start Center and is a member of the national collective of INCITE! Her work has been published in Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology (2012); she is a contributor to Educational Courage: Resisting the Ambush of Public Education (2012). SLC, 2013-
Undergraduate discipline: Public Policy