Maureen Porter
Associate Professor

Maureen Porter, an anthropologist of education, studies the social construction of “education” and situated learning in culturally-specific communities of practice. Her engaged scholarship in schools, neighborhoods, and community organizations takes place in five priority contexts:

  • Developing place-based and culturally-inclusive pedagogies
  • Generating feminist critiques of STE(A)M, educational leadership, and international development programs
  • Sponsoring intercultural and international service-learning, global competence programs, and collaborative exchanges
  • Fostering meaningful intergenerational community rituals
  • Cultivating best practices in aesthetic education and arts-based research design

Maureen Porter

Contact

University of Pittsburgh
5709 Wesley W. Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
USA
412-648-7041
mporter@pitt.edu