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Professor Bernadette Baker

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Professor Bernadette Baker

Curriculum and Instruction (CI)

464-a Teacher Education Building  binoculars icon
225 N Mills St
Madison, WI 53706-1707
Office: 608/263-4657



Research Interests

Her previous projects have focused on theories and analytics of power, constructions of the child, genealogies of genius, the racialization of ability and mental measurement, and the problematization of a religion-science-nation-west nexus in the making of Anglophone social sciences. Her current projects extend her interests in the non-essentialist and post-foundationalist approaches, including epistemologies labeled as beyond the West, cosmologies and pedagogies informing complimentary integrative health modalities, and the implications for education's present-future of discourses of vision in light of artificial intelligence, big data, educational neuroscience, and mindfulness practices.

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