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DANIEL THOMAS III
Dr. Daniel J. Thomas III is an assistant professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning and Culture at Texas A&M University. Broadly, his scholarship focuses on the intersection between two strands of research—anti-Black historical discourse and the contemporary experiences of Black men and boys within secondary education. His first strand currently explores the critical, antiracist practices of Black men serving as teacher-coaches. The second strand examines how Black boys encounter and resist anti-Blackness within predominantly White and private Catholic high schools. His work has been featured in the Peabody Journal of Education, Teachers College Record, Theory & Research in Social Education, Urban Education, Educational Studies, and Race Ethnicity and Education.
Ph.D., Curriculum & Instruction, University of Texas at Austin (2021)
M.A., Social Studies Education, Johns Hopkins University (2014)
B.A., History, University of Maryland, College Park (2011)