Danny Mamlok is a Horizon Postdoctoral Fellow under the aegis of Concordia’s Early Childhood and Elementary Education program, the UNESCO Co-Chair in the Prevention of Radicalisation and Violent Extremism, and the federally funded SOMEONE Project. He holds a PhD in Educational Leadership, Culture, and Curriculum from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. His dissertation, Digital Technology and Education in the Age of Globalization, explored social and cultural aspects of integrating technology and education, and specifically dealt with questions regarding democracy, education, and citizenship. His research at Concordia University elaborates on some of the themes discussed in his dissertation, and specifically examines the influences of digitized play worlds on young children and the ways in which they forge their identity, with the aim of developing resilience against hate speech. Beyond his interests in educational technologies and sociocultural studies in education, his research interests include philosophy of education, democracy and education, and aesthetic education.
2017 - Doctor of Philosophy, Educational Leadership, Culture, and Curriculum, Miami University, Oxford, OH
2005 - Master of Arts (cum laude), Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
2002 - Bachelor of Arts, Political Science and Philosophy, Tel Aviv University
Sociocultural Studies in Education (Miami University)
The American University (Miami University)
2018/19 - Philosophy of Education Society, Member, Program Committee
2018 - Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society, Member, Program Committee
2017 - Democracy & Education, Ad-hoc Reviewer
Ohio Valley Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting - Session Chair
2017 – “Educational Justice” – Mundelein, IL
2016 – “Author meets critics: Baudrillard, youth, and American film: Fatal theory and education” – Dayton, OH
2016 – “Seeking a pedagogy of resistance: Democratic aims in teacher education” – Dayton, OH
Philosophy of Education Society Annual Meeting - Session Chair
2018 – “An Ethic of Teaching and Learning Mathematics” – Chicago, IL
2015 – “Technology, attention and education” – Memphis, TN
Mamlok, D. (Accepted). Mathematics education, ethics, and the limitations of ethno-mathematics. In M.J. Laverty (Ed.), Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2018. Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
Mamlok, D., & Knight-Abowitz, K. (Accepted). Education for digital citizenship. In A. Chinnery (Ed.), Philosophy of Education Yearbook 2017. Urbana, IL: Philosophy of Education Society.
Mamlok, D. (2017). Active listening, music education, and society. In G. Noblit (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.013.186.
Mamlok, D. (2016). Negative and positive freedom: Considering education and the digital world. Philosophical Studies in Education, 47, 88-97.
Mamlok, D. (2016). Education of and for difference: Re-thinking of Critical Pedagogy. In T. Poetter, K. Waldrop, C. Bolyard, & V. Bell-Robinson (Eds.), Curriculum Windows: What curriculum theorists of the 1980s can teach us about schools and society today (pp. 1-14). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Mamlok, D. (2015). The loss of aura in education. Philosophical Studies in Education, 46, 101-110.