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Curriculum Vitae
Jeffrey Ayala Milligan
April 11, 2017

General Information
University address: Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
College of Education
Stone Building 114C
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4452
Phone: 644-8171; Fax: 644-6401

E-mail address: jmilligan@fsu.edu, milligan@coe.fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1998 Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. Major: Social, Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Education. Philosophy of Education, Southeast Asian Studies, Religious Studies. Supervisor: Susan Laird.
Milligan, J. A. (1998). Negotiating the Relationship Between Religion and Public Education: Conceptualizing a Prophetic Pragmatic Teacher from Toni Morrison's "Beloved". (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK). Retrieved from ProQuest, http://proquest.umi.com.proxy.lib.fsu.edu/pqdweb?did=732881831&sid=1&Fmt=2&clientId=20174&RQT=309&VName=PQD, ISBN 9780591934915.
1993 M.Ed., University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. Major: Social, Historical, Philosophical Foundations of Education. International/Global Education.
1984 M.A., University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. Major: English. British Literature and Creative Writing.
1982 B.A., University of Missouri, Columbia, MO. Major: English. Creative writing and Journalism.
1979 A.S., Murray State College, Tishomingo, OK. Major: Journalism.

Professional Credential(s)
1990–present Professional Teacher Certification-Oklahoma, Grades 7-12, English.

Professional Experience
2013–present Director, Learning Systems Institute, Florida State University. Direct a large, multidisciplinary research and development institute focused on the improvement of learning and human performance. In 2013-14 LSI employed approximately 120 faculty, staff and research assistants implementing more than 20 active projects valued at approximately $53.9 million.
2011–present Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University. Teach graduate courses, advise graduate students and conduct research in philosophy of education and international and comparative education.
2011–2014 Director, Center for International Studies in Educational Research and Development, Learning Systems Institute, Florida State University. Direct center, coordinate grant proposals, and supervise educational development and evaluation projects in various countries around the world.
2006–2011 Associate Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University. Teach and advise graduate students in philosophy of education and Sociocultural and International Development Education Studies. Conduct research in philosophy of education and religion and education in the U.S. and the Muslim societies of Southeast Asia.Eight refereed publications, nine academic presentations, and $1.46 million in external grant and fellowship funding.
2008–2009 Interim Department Chair, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University. Chaired a graduate-only academic department consisting of 18 full-time faculty and 3 full-time staff offering masters, specialists and doctoral programs in Higher Education, Educational Leadership, Educational Policy and Evaluation, Sociocultural and International Development Education, and Educational Foundations. Managed an annual operating and fee waiver budget of approximately $1 million, evaluated faculty, chaired regular meetings of the Department Advisory Committee, and represented the department at the College level.
2002–2006 Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Florida State University. Teach graduate courses and advise doctoral students in philosophy of education. Teach undergraduate foundations of education course. Conduct research in philosophy of education and comparative education. Two books published, nine refereed publications, 12 academic presentations and $54,000 in fellowship and grant funding.
1998–2002 Assistant Professor/Graduate Faculty Fellow, Center for Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nebraska, Lincoln. Taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the cultural and philosophical foundations of education in support of teacher education programs. Conducted philosophical inquiry into conceptualizations of teaching and curriculum that balance progressive educational ideals with the cultural values of local communities. Has 11 publications, 13 academic presentations and $66,000 in fellowship and grant funding.
1995–1998 Dean, Division of Arts and Sciences, Murray State College, Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Coordinated activities of an academic division providing academic transfer programs as well as support for occupational programs in a community college. Advised and supported department chairs and division faculty in the delivery and assessment of educational services, the development of course schedules, the development and oversight of divisional budgets, and the improvement of student retention through the establishment and oversight of a student tutoring center. With other administrative and faculty personnel coordinated and assisted in the development of distance education projects via interactive television, telecourses, and concurrent enrollment. Supervised and evaluated both full-time and adjunct faculty teaching at up to five different locations. Coordinated the recruitment and hiring of division faculty, including the provision of leadership in the development of a more diverse faculty. Provided advice to the Vice Present for Academic Affairs regarding divisional matters and represented the division on the Academic Council, the Affirmative Action Committee and at meetings of the Board of Regents. Chaired the Staff Development Committee and coordinated staff development activities, including the direction of staff development sessions related to cultural diversity issues. Maintained excellent personal and professional relations with administrative superiors, faculty, students, and external constituents.
1991–1998 Assistant Professor, English, Murray State College, Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Tenured and promoted to assistant professor in 1995. Designed and taught up to five courses per semester in a community college serving non-traditional, Native American, and first generation college students. Introduced a diverse literary canon in literature courses and made cultural diversity a central theme of composition courses. Accomplishments include induction as honorary member of Phi Theta Kappa, M.S.C. Teacher of the Year, and Who's Who Among America's Teachers in 1995 and 1996.
1995–1998 Dean, of Arts and Sciences, Murray State College. Advised and supported department chairs and division faculty in the delivery and assessment of educational services, the development of course schedules, the development and oversight of divisional budgets and the improvement of student retention through the establishment and oversight of a student tutoring center.
1993–1996 Chair, President's Scholars (Honors) Program, Murray State College, Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Chaired college-wide honors program. Duties included coordination of faculty on honors committee, organizing and team-teaching interdisciplinary honors seminars, coordinating and directing honors research projects, recruiting and advising honors students, and organizing travel-study programs to Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico. Accomplishments include M.S.C. Board of Regents Resolution of Commendation.
1993–1996 Chair, President's Scholars Program, Murray State College. Duties included coordination of faculty on honors committee, organizing and team-teaching interdisciplinary honors seminars, coordinating and directing honors research projects, recruiting and advising honors students, and organizing travel-study programs to Texas, Louisiana, and Mexico.
1990–1991 Mid-High School Teacher, English, Yukon Public Schools, Yukon, Oklahoma. Taught 9th grade Language Arts in a suburban Oklahoma school district.
1989–1990 High School Teacher, English, Escuela Internacional Sampedrana, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Taught 11th and 12th grade English. Served as English department chair and yearbook adviser.
1987–1989 Instructor, E.S.L, E.L.S. Language Center, Norman, Oklahoma. Taught English grammar, writing, reading, conversation and intensive tutorials to secondary and college-level students from Europe and Asia.
1989 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, University of Oklahoma.
1989 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Educational Leadership & Policy Studies, University of Oklahoma. Taught three undergraduate sections of Educational Philosophy and Issues in the teacher education program.
1986–1987 Middle School Teacher, Language Arts, International School, Manila, Philippines. Taught 7th grade and one section of transitional language arts.
1985–1986 Peace Corps Volunteer/English Instructor, English, U.S. Peace Corps/Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. Assessed provincial high school English programs, designed and developed training programs for provincial high school English teachers, and composed reports of training requirements and activities for university administration and U.S. Peace Corps. Taught literature for secondary school teachers as well as introductory literature, composition, and creative writing courses for Filipino college students.
1985 High School Teacher, English, University Training Center, Marawi, Philippines. Taught high school English/E.S.L. for Filipino high school students.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Nominee, Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2008).

Nominee, Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2007).

Nominee, Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2006).

Nominee, Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2003).

Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students, Parents Association/Teaching Council, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (2002).

Who's Who Among America's Teachers (1996).

Who's Who Among America's Teachers (1995).

Board of Regents Resolution of Commendation, Murray State College (1994).

Teacher of the Year, Murray State College (1994).

Phi Theta Kappa Honorary Member (1993).



Fellowship(s)
Elected as a Fellow of the Philosophy of Education Society (2005).

Fulbright Fellow-Malaysia (2006).

National Academy of Education Spencer Postdoctoral Fellow (2000–2001).

Fulbright Fellow-Philippines (1999).

Big 12 Faculty Fellow (1999).

Coolidge Fellow (1997).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
Comparative and International Education Society

International Network of Philosophers of Education

John Dewey Society

Philosophy of Education Society



Teaching
Courses Taught
Introduction to Philosophy of Education (EDF5543)

Multicultural Education (EDF 5887)

Contemporary Readings in American Education (EDF5710)

Philosophical Foundations of Education Research (EDF6547)

Philosophy of Teaching and Learning (EDF5548)

Seminar on John Dewey's Educational Philosophy (EDF6558)

Social Philosophies and Education (EDF5551)

Special Topics in Foundations of Education (EDF5935)

Special Topics: Religious Diversity and Education (EDF 5935)

Advanced Seminar: Selected Topics in Education and Economic Development (EDF6629)

Education of Marginalized Communities (EDF 5907)

Special Topics: Critical Theory and Poststructuralism (EDF 5935)

Special Topics: Postcolonial Theory and Educational Development (EDF 5935)

Introduction to Education (EDF 1005)

Cultural Foundations of Education (CI 330)

American Literature Since 1865 (ENG 2883)

English Composition II (ENG 1213)

American Literature to 1865 (ENG 2773)

British Literature Since 1800 (ENG 2654)

English Composition I (ENG 1113)

British Literature to 1800 (ENG 2643)

New Course Development
Religious Diversity and Education (2010)

Multicultural Education (2006)



Management of Multiple Course Sections
Introduction to Education (EDF 1005)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Yazdanpanah, R., graduate. (2017). Intercultural Teacher Education through Cultural Synergy: Understanding Pre-Service English Language Teachers' Developing Intercultural Competence.

Mary Priya Jerry, graduate. (2016). Community College Development in India: Variations in the Reception and Transmission of the U.S. Community College Model by Indian Administrators to Suite Indian Contexts. [Sociocultural and International Development Education Studies]

Almutairi, A., graduate. (2016). The Other in Education: Violence, Self-Sufficiency and Dialogic Hospitality in Student-Teacher Relationships.

Stanfill, E. M., graduate. (2016). The Concept of Quality in Cambodian Teacher Education: A Philosophical Ethnography.

Darling, D., graduate. (2015). A Path for Educational Change: What Processes and Procedures Does a Principal Use to Turn Around a Predominately African American Middle School.

Adams, S., graduate. (2014). Liberty of Conscience and Mass Schooling.

Purpura, M. J., graduate. (2013). Curricular Design for Authentic Self Education.

Mukminin, A., graduate. (2012). From East to West: A Phenomenological Study of Indonesian Graduate Students' Experiences on the Socialization Process at an American Public University.

Park, Young-woo, graduate. (2011). Cultural Capital, Cultural Identity and Temporary Educational Migration to the U.S. Among Korean Chogi Youhacksangs and Girugi Families.

Young, M. S., graduate. (2010). A Case of the Global-Local Dialectic: Decentralization and Teacher Training in Banten, Indonesia.

Fontaine, H. A., graduate. (2010). A Heideggerian Critique of the Role of 'Relation' in John Dewey's Philosophy of Education.

Brooks, M., graduate. (2009). Teaching in the United States and Egypt: A Case Study Exploring the Life and Work of a Muslim Convert.

Zhang, H., graduate. (2009). Individuality and Education in the Radically Changing Chinese Society: A Dialogue with John Dewey and Liang Shuming.

Crosby, P., graduate. (2008). A Pluralistic University: William James and Higher Education.

Akdemir, Z., doctoral candidate.

Dag, N., doctoral candidate.

Hidayat, M., doctoral candidate.

Daniel Lilly, doctoral student.

James, O., doctoral student.

Rymniak, Z., doctoral student.

Wiest, A., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Cochair
Sonmez, S. S., graduate. (2011). A Study of Private Speech Acts and Cognitive Regulation in Native-Nonnative Speaker Interactions.

Bradley, T. L., graduate. (2010). The Race to Educate: African American Resistance to Educational Segregation in Kentucky, 1865-1910.

Clark, E. H., graduate. (2007). "I'm A Product of Everything I've Been Through:" A Narrative Study of the Cultural Identity Construction of Bosnian Female Refugee Students.

Castelow, P. L., graduate. (2005). Katherine Montgomery: A Change of Heart on Women's Competitive Athletics in the Early 20th Century.



Doctoral Committee Member
Agung, A., graduate. (2013).

Rew, J., graduate. (2013).

Zubaidah, I., graduate. (2013).

Andon, A., graduate. (2012).

Callihan, L., graduate. (2011).

Lee, B., graduate. (2011).

Palmer, D. M., graduate. (2010).

Hernandez, L., graduate. (2009).

Lehman, T., graduate. (2008).

Hodgins, D., graduate. (2007).

Castelow, T., graduate. (2004).

Lee, B. S., doctoral candidate.

Grubbs, S., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Houston, J., graduate. (2017). "Soldiers of God:" Sufism, Islamist Activism and the Tradition of "Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong".

Edmonds, W., graduate. (2014).

Cox, J. T., graduate. (2012).

Golden, B. W., graduate. (2012).

Coker, G. G., graduate. (2010).

Gubetti, R., graduate. (2009).

Caruthers-Jackson, S., graduate. (2008).

Nan, L., graduate. (2008).

Suarez, N., graduate. (2008).

Diarassouba, S., graduate. (2007).

Hallmark, K., graduate. (2007).

Jae Han Bae, graduate. (2007).

Pendleton, H., graduate. (2007).

Broome, J., graduate. (2006).

Erler, C., graduate. (2006).

Hai Kyung Kim, graduate. (2006).

Phelps, S., graduate. (2006).

Snyder, J., graduate. (2005).

Zapata, M., graduate. (2005).

Sowell, S., graduate. (2004).

Callihan, L., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Loyd, M., graduate. (2015).

Rymniak, Z., graduate. (2015).

Gearrity, B., graduate. (2012). [Ed.S]

Light, K., graduate. (2012).

Zhang, L., graduate. (2012).

Coy, C., graduate. (2011).

Milanzi, E., graduate. (2011).

Sprau, A., graduate. (2011).

Wang, Aihua (Ed.S.), graduate. (2011).

Zhang, X., graduate. (2011).

Razali, K., graduate. (2010).

Widyanto, Anton (Ed.S), graduate. (2010).

Allam, J. A., graduate. (2010).

Daye, Richard (Ed.S.), graduate. (2010).

Adams, S., graduate. (2006).

Bremer, M., student.

El Muhammady, F., student.

Dag, N., student.



Master's Committee Member
Harris, R. C., student.

Razali, K., student.



Sabrin, M. M., student.

Research and Original Creative Work
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
My research explores the challenges posed by religious tensions in the educational systems of multicultural, religiously diverse communities in the U.S. and Southeast Asia.

Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Milligan, J. A., Stanfill, E., Widyanto, A., & Zhang, H. (2011). Philosophers Without Borders? Toward a Comparative Philosophy of Education. Educational Studies, 47, 50-70.
Milligan, J. A. (2010). The Prophet and the Engineer Meet Under the Mango Tree: Leadership, Education and Conflict in the Southern Philippines. Educational Policy, 24(1), 28-51.
Milligan, J. A., & Zhang, H. (2010). Self-Enlightenment in the Context of Radical Social Change: A Neo-Confucian Critique of John Dewey's Conception of Intelligence. Journal of Thought, 45(1-2), 29-41. Retrieved from http://www.journalofthought.com/index.php?page=currentIssue&year=2010&volume=45&issue=12
Milligan, J. A. (2009). Prophetic Pragmatism? Post-Conflict Educational Development in Aceh and Mindanao. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education: An International Journal, 3(4), 245-259.
Merry, M., & Milligan, J. A. (2009). Complexities of Belonging in Democratic/Democratizing Societies: Islamic Identity, Ethnicity and Citizenship in the Netherlands and Aceh. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 29(3), 311-323.
Milligan, J. A. (2008). Islam and Educational Policy Reform in the Southern Philippines. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 28(4), 369-381.
Milligan, J. A. (2007). Pedagogical Fundamentalisms: Religion, Markets and the Discourse of Accountability in U.S. Educational Reform. Educational Awakenings, 4(1), 1-25.
Milligan, J. A. (2006). Gender and the Limits of Inclusion: Should Multiculturalism 'Include' Fundamentalisms? Manifest, 1(2), 89-96.
Milligan, J. A. (2006). Reclaiming an Ideal: The Islamization of Education in the Southern Philippines. Comparative Education Review, 50(3), 410-430.
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Faith in School: Educational Policy Responses to Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines, 1935-1985. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 36(1), 67-86.
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Postcolonial Pragmatism? Ethno-Religious Conflict and Education in Postcolonial Spaces. Philosophy of Education, 287-295.
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Teaching in Moloch: Toward a Prophetic Pragmatic Critique of Pedagogical Fundamentalism. Journal of Thought, 42(2), 97-111.
Milligan, J. A. (2004). Islamization or Secularization? Educational Reform and the Search for Peace in the Southern Philippines. Current Issues in Comparative Education, 7(1), 1-8. Retrieved from http://www.tc.columbia.edu/cice/articles/jm171.htm:1-8.
Milligan, J. A. (2004). Democratization or Neocolonialism? The Education of Muslims Under U.S. Military Occupation, 1903-1920. History of Education, 33(4), 451-467.
Milligan, J. A. (2003). Teaching Between the Cross and the Crescent Moon: Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality and Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Comparative Education Review, 47(4), 468-492.
Milligan, J. A. (2003). Teaching in the Presence of Burning Children: Attending to Tragedy and Faith in Philosophy And/Of Education. Educational Foundations, 17(1), 1-18.
Milligan, J. A. (2003). Religious Diversity and the Concept of Separation: Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? Philosophy of Education 2003, 411-419.
Milligan, J. A. (2002). Religion, Diversity and Public Education: Challenges for Teacher Education in the U.S. and Philippines. Silliman Journal, 42(2), 12-37.
Milligan, J. A. (2002). Religion, Diversity and Public Education: Challenges for Teacher Education in the U.S. and the Philippines. Silliman Journal, 42(2), 12-37.
Milligan, J. A. (2001). Religious Identity, Autonomy, and National Integrity: Implications for Educational Policy from Muslim-Christian Conflict in the Philippines. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 12(4), 435-448.
Milligan, J. A. (2000). Mapping the Road Toward Bethlehem: Parameters for Discourse on the Relationship between Religion and Public Education. Educational Policy, 14(5), 685-702.
Milligan, J. A. (2000). Rethinking the Ideal of the Educated Person: An Alternative from the Maranao-Filipino Oral Epic "Darangen". Journal of Thought, 35(3), 67-79.
Milligan, J. A. (2000). Neocolonialism and Peace Corps Teaching in the Philippines. Philippine Studies, 18, 109-120.
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Gender and the Limits of Inclusion: Should Multiculturalism Include Fundamentalism? Religious Education, 94(1), 75-83.
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Multiculturalism or 'Second-Persons?' An Alternative Approach to Teaching. Encounter: Education for Meaning and Social Justice, 12(3), 23-32.
Milligan, J. A. (1999). The Idolatry of Multicultural Education: A Prophetic Pragmatic Alternative? Multicultural Education, 6(3), 2-5.
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Love, Jazz and a Sense of the Holy: Conceptualizing the Teacher in Toni Morrison's "Beloved". Philosophy of Education, 368-376.
Milligan, J. A. (1998). Critical Pedagogy: Responsible Teaching for the Rural Community College. Removing Vestiges: Research Based Strategies to Promote Inclusion, 1(1), 21-26.
Milligan, J. A. (1997). Multiculturalism and Christian Fundamentalism: Strange Postmodern Bedfellows? Religion and Education, 24(2), 28-34.
Milligan, J. A. (1997). Teaching at the Crossroads of Faith and School: The Teacher as Prophetic Pragmatist. Philosophy of Education, 47-56.
Milligan, J. A. (1996). Religion, Public Education and Dewey's Call for an 'Intelligent' Theory of Education. Educational Foundations, 10(3), 69-83.
Milligan, J. A. (1996). Multiculturalism and the Religious Right: Is Dialogue Possible? Journal of Thought, 31(1), 45-54.



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