Curriculum Vitae Jeffrey Ayala Milligan April 11, 2017 General Information



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Refereed Books
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality and Educational Policy: Schooling and Ethno-Religious Conflict in the Southern Philippines. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Milligan, J. A. (2002). Teaching at the Crossroads of Faith and School: The Teacher as Prophetic Pragmatist. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Edited Books
Merry, M. S., & Milligan, J. A. (Eds.). (2010). Citizenship, Identity and Education in Muslim Communities: Essays on Attachment and Obligation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Invited Book Chapters
Milligan, J. A. (in press). Preserving the Faith: Muslim Education in the Philippines. In H. Daun, & R. Arjmand (Eds.), Handbook of Islamic Education (25 pages). Springer.
Merry, M. S., & Milligan, J. A. (2010). Citizenship, Identity and Education in Muslim Communities. In M. S. Merry, & J. A. Milligan (Eds.), Citizenship, Identity and Education in Muslim Communities: Essays on Attachment and Obligation (pp. 20). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Milligan, J. A. (2006). Between the Cross and the Crescent Moon: The Education of Muslim Filipinos. In R. Griffin (Ed.), Education in the Muslim World (pp. 271-288). Oxford, UK: Symposium Books.
Milligan, J. A. (2000). The Idolatry of Multicultural Education: A Prophetic Pragmatic Alternative? In F. Schultz (Ed.), Annual Editions: Multicultural Education (pp. 57-60). Guilford, CT: Dushkin/McGraw-Hill.

Refereed Book Chapters
Milligan, J. A. (2007). Reclaiming an Ideal: The Islamization of Education in the Southern Philippines. In K. Wadad, & V. Billeh (Eds.), Islam and Education: Myths and Truths (pp. 104-124). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Milligan, J. A. (2001). Multiculturalism and the Idolatry of Inclusion. In S. R. Steinberg (Ed.), Multi/Intercultural Conversations: A Reader (pp. 31-47). New York: Peter Lang.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Milligan, J. A. (2012). Philippines, Islamic education in the. In J.L. Esposito (Ed.), Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Oxford University Press. Retrieved from http://www.oxfordislamicstudies.com/article/opr/t343/e0012

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Milligan, J. A., Fontaine, H., & Dwyer, M. (2009). The Future of the Profession: The Development of Graduate Students as Teachers in American Universities. Interim Report, Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University, 36-42.
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Americans in the Philippines: Here We Go Again? Lincoln Journal Star, 5.
Milligan, J. A. (2005). Truth, Faith and Tolerance. Philosophy of Education 2004, 242-244.
Milligan, J. A. (1999). The Idolatry of Multicultural Education: A Prophetic Pragmatic Alternative? Interdisciplinary Studies/Society of Educators and Scholars: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference, 97-103.
Milligan, J. A., Gaddy, B. B., Hall W. T., & Marzano R. J. (1997). Review of School Wars: Resolving Our Conflicts Over Religion and Values. Educational Studies, 28(1), 24-28.
Milligan, J. A. (1996). Teaching Second-Sight: Crossing the Color-Line in Freshman Composition? Multicultural Education, 48-50.

Nonrefereed Proceedings
Milligan, J. A. (1999). The Idolatry of Multicultural Education: A Prophetic Pragmatic Alternative? In K. Sides-Gonzales, & T. Irby (Eds.), Society of Educators and Scholars, 22nd Annual Conference, San Antonio, Texas (pp. 97-103). Interdisciplinary Studies.

Nonrefereed Reviews
Milligan, J. A. (1997). "School Wars: Resolving Our Conflicts Over Religion and Values" by Barbara B. Gaddy, T. William Hall, and Robert J. Marzano. Educational Studies, 28(1), 24-28.

Nonrefereed Reports
Ramos-Mattoussi, F., & Milligan, J. A. (2013). Building Research Capacity in Indonesia through International Collaboration (Briefing Paper). New York: Institute for International Education.
Milligan, J. A., Fontaine, H., & Dwyer, M. (2009). The Future of the Profession: The Development of Graduate Students as Teachers in American Universities (Interim report). Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004, June). Postcolonial Pragmatism. Paper presented at Capitol University Institute for Research and Extension, Capitol University Institute for Research and Extension, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004). Building a Culture of Research. Paper presented at Capitol University Graduate School Lecture Series, Capitol University Graduate School Lecture Series, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2000). Physical Education, Academic Respectability, and the Possibility of Peace in Mindanao. Paper presented at First Mindanao Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports, Fitness and, Mindanao Health, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Redefining Teacher Education in Mindanao: A Role for Educational Foundations. Paper presented at 37th Pioneering Foundation Day/Seminar for Teachers, Mindanao Education Department, College of Education, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Resolving Ethno-Religious Differences through Education: The Experience of Muslim Mindanao. Paper presented at Fulbright Fellow Lecture, Philippine American Educational Foundation (PAEF), Manila, Philippines. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Fuentes, V., Milligan, J., Ramos, F., Hidayat, M., Jerry, M., Arango, P., & Paredes, C. (presented 2017, March). Problematizing Educational Responses to Economic Inequality: Post-Secondary Education and the Community College Model. Paper presented at Comparative and International Education Society Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, Atlanta, GA. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2012, April). Moving Forward: New Directions in Religious-based (Islamic) Institutions of Higher Education in Indonesia. Paper presented at Comparative and International Education Society Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (National)
Milligan, J. A., Razali, K., & Widyanto, A. (presented 2012, April). Civic Education and Civil Conflict in Aceh, Indonesia. Paper presented at Comparative and International Education Society Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. (National)
Merry, M. S., & Milligan, J. A. (presented 2010, March). Citizenship, Identity and Education in Four Muslim Communities: Theoretical Possibilities and Educational Practice. Paper presented at Tri-annual Conference, World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey. (International)
Milligan, J. A., Stanfill, E., Zhang, H., & Widyanto, A. (presented 2009, March). Philosophers Without Borders: Toward a Comparative Philosophy of Education. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, Montreal, Canada. (National)
Milligan, J. A., Stanfill, E., Zhang, H., & Widyanto, A. (presented 2009). Philosophy in Educational Development: Listening to Intelligent Life. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, Charleston, SC. (National)
Merry, M. S., & Milligan, J. A. (presented 2008, August). Complexities of Belonging in Democratic/Democratizing Societies: Islamic Identity, Ethnicity and Citizenship in the Netherlands and Aceh. Paper presented at XI Bi-annual Conference, International Network of Philosophers of Education, Kyoto, Japan. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2008, July). Islam and Educational Policy Reform in the Southern Philippines: Implications for Teacher Education. Paper presented at International Conference on Teacher Education in the Muslim World, Institute of Education, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (International)
Merry, M. S., & Milligan, J. A. (presented 2008). Islam, Ethnicity and Civic Identity. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, New York, NY. (National)
Zhang, H., & Milligan, J. A. (presented 2008). Faith With Intelligence in the Context of Radical Social Change: A Critique of John Dewey's Faith In Intelligence. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Savannah, GA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2007, September). Prophetic Pragmatism? Post-Conflict Educational Development in Aceh and Mindanao. Paper presented at XIII World Congress, World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Hercegovina. (International)
Brooks, J., Milligan, J. A., Crow, G., Brooks, M., Lugg, C., Maxcy, B., Nguyen, T. S., Goma, L., Kroner, C., & Sungton, E. (presented 2007). The Politics of Conflict and Change: Educational Leadership in International, Transnational and Comparative Contexts. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, University Council on Educational Administration, Alexandria, VA. (National)
Enomoto, E., Dantley, M., Olivia, M., Larson, C., Moja, T., Brooks, J., Milligan, J. A., Kramer, B., Maxcy, B., Nguyen, T. S., & Park, S. (presented 2007). Social Justice Defined from Global Perspectives. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, University Council for Educational Administration, Alexandria, VA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2006). Reclaiming an Ideal: the Islamization of Education in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, Honolulu, HI. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2006). Re-Visioning Islamic Education: The Hermeneutic of Theory and Practice in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, Honolulu, HI. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2005). Learning in the Path of Allah: The Islamization of Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Comparative and International Education Society, Palo Alto, CA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2005). Postcolonial Pragmatism? Ethno-Religious Conflict and Education in Postcolonial Spaces. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2005). Separation Failure? Islam, Cultural Conflict and Education. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southeast Philosophy of Education Society, Orlando, FL. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004, December). Islamization or Secularization? Educational Reform and the Search for Peace in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Panel on Islam and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004). Islamic Education at the Crossroads: Madrasah Integration and the Struggle for Educational Equity in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Kansas City, MO. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004). Teaching in Moloch: A Prophetic Pragmatic Critique of Pedagogical Fundamentalism. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Society for Philosophy and History of Education (SOPHE), Oklahoma City, OK. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004). Truth, Faith, and Tolerance. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society (PES), Toronto, Canada. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2003). Religious Diversity and the Concept of Separation: Do Good Fences Make Good Neighbors? Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, Miami, FL. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2003). Schooled Against Conflict? Postcolonial Education, Islamic Identity, and Cultural Integration in a Developing Country. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Mexico City, Mexico. (National)
Milligan, J. A., Hostetler, K., & Macintyre-Latta, M. (presented 2003). Being Accountable to Experience: A Critique of INTASC Standards. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association/John Dewey Society, Chicago, IL. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2002). Teaching in the Presence of Burning Children: A Meditation on the Meaning of Tragedy and Faith for Philosophy and/of Education. Paper presented at Bi-annual Meeting, International Network of Philosophers of Education, Oslo, Norway. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2002). We Sing Here Like Birds in the Wilderness: Islamic Identity and Educational Alienation in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Validity and Value in Education Research, American Educational Research Association (AERA), New Orleans, LA. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2001). American Orientalism vs. Ethno-Religious Identity: Colonial Education and Islamic Resistance in the Southern Philippines, 1900-1925. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Miami, FL. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2001). Children of the Lake: Islamic Identity and Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows Forum, National Academy of Education/Spencer Postdoctoral Fellows Forum, University of California-Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2001). Islamic Identity and Public Education Among the Maranao People of the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at 50th Annual Meeting, Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs, Lincoln, NE. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2001). Religious Diversity and Public Education: Challenges for Teacher Education. Paper presented at International Conference on Teacher Education, Philippine Normal University, Manila, Philippines. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Educational Responses to Muslim-Christian Conflict in the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at 22nd Annual Meeting, Third World Studies Conference, Omaha, NE. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Love, Jazz and a Sense of the Holy: Conceptualizing the Teacher in Toni Morrison's "Beloved". Paper presented at 55th Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, New Orleans, LA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Multicultural Education Across Religious and Ethnic Borders: A Comparative View from the Southern Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, National Association for Multicultural Education, San Diego, CA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). Negotiating the Relationship Between Religion and Public Education. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Society for Philosophy and History of Education, Norman, OK. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1999). The Idolatry of Multicultural Education: A Prophetic Pragmatic Alternative? Paper presented at 22nd Annual Conference, Society for Educators and Scholars, San Antonio, TX. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1998). The Best of Intentions: Neocolonialism and Peace Corps Teaching in the Philippines. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Philadelphia, PA. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1998). The Portrait of the Educated Person in the Maranao-Filipino Oral-Epic "Darangen". Paper presented at 21st Annual Meeting, Third World Studies Conference, Omaha, NE. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1997). Teaching at the Crossroads of Faith and School: The Teacher as Prophetic Pragmatist. Paper presented at 53rd Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, Vancouver, Canada. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1995). Critical Pedagogy in the Rural Junior College: The Social Responsibility of Majority Teachers? Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Two-Year College English Association-Southwest, Colorado Springs, CO. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1995). Multiculturalism and the Religious Right: Is Dialogue Possible? Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Cleveland, OH. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1995). Multiculturalism or Second-Persons? An Alternative Approach to Teaching Tolerance. Paper presented at 42nd World Assembly, International Conference on Education for Teaching, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam. (International)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1994). Gender and Cultural Diversity: The Challenge of Religious Fundamentalism. Paper presented at Diversity: Enrichment or Dilution?, Cameron University, Lawton, OK. (State)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1994). Multiculturalism and Religious Fundamentalism: The Moral Challenge of Gender. Paper presented at Annual Meeting, American Educational Studies Association, Chapel Hill, NC. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1994). Teaching Second-Sight: Crossing the Color-Line in Freshman Composition? Paper presented at Annual Meeting, Southwest Regional Conference on English in the Two-Year College, Laredo, TX. (Regional)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 1990). Internationalizing the Bi-lingual School. Paper presented at 4th Annual Conference, Teachers of English as a Second Language, San Pedro Sula, Honduras. (International)

Nonrefereed Papers at Conferences
Beach, K., & Milligan, J. A. (presented 2009, December). Action Research in Indonesia and the Collaborative Action Research Project. Paper presented at National Conference on Collaborative Action Research in Indonesia, Universitas Terbuka, Jakarta, Indonesia. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2000). Physical Education, Academic Respectability and the Possibility of Peace in Mindanao. Paper presented at First Mindanao Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports, Fitness and Dance Congress, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. (Regional)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2004). Truth, Faith and Tolerance. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Philosophy of Education Society, Toronto, Canada. (National)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Milligan, J. A. (presented 2001). Children of the Lake: Islamic Identity and Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Presentation at Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellows Forum, National Academy of Education, Berkeley, California. (National)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Milligan, J. A. (2009, November). Multicultural Education. Delivered at Faculty of Social Sciences, Open University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (2008). Post-conflict Civic Education in Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam. Delivered at International Affairs Program, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. (Local)
Milligan, J. A., Fontaine, H., & Dwyer, M. (2008). The Future of the Profession: The Development of Graduate Students as Teachers in American Universities. Delivered at Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (2006). Islamization of Education in the Southern Philippines. Delivered at International Institute for Islamic Thought and Civilization, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (2006). Policy Reform in Contemporary American Education. Delivered at Institute of Education, International Islamic University of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Local)
Milligan, J. A., Saleem, A., & Raines, J. (2005). Religious Education, Modernization and Conflict: Indonesia, Pakistan and the Philippines. Delivered at United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (2004). Building a Culture of Research. Delivered at Graduate School, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (2004). Postcolonial Pragmatism. Delivered at Institute for Research and Extension, Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro, Philippines. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (2001). Islamic Identity and Public Education in the Southern Philippines. Delivered at Center for Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Contemporary Philosophical and Religious Influences on American Education. Delivered at Graduate Student Forum, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Love, Jazz and a Sense of the Holy: Conceptualizing the Teacher in Toni Morrison's "Beloved". Delivered at Baylor University Philosophy Club, Waco, Texas. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Redefining Teacher Education in Mindanao: A Role for Educational Foundations. Delivered at 37th Foundation Day Seminar for Teachers, Mindanao State University. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Resolving Ethno-Religious Differences Through Education: The Experience of Muslim Mindanao. Delivered at Philippine-American Educational Foundation (Fulbright), Manila, Philippines. (National)
Milligan, J. A. (1999). Teaching English Across the Curriculum: Key to Global Competitiveness or Cultural Alienation? Delivered at 36th Annual English Day, College of Social Sciences, Mindanao State University, Marawi City, Philippines. (Local)
Milligan, J. A. (1997). Teacher as Prophet? Delivered at Coolidge Fellows Seminar, Association for Religion and Intellectual Life, New York, New York. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Milligan, J. (Aug 2016–Dec 2018). Community College Administrators Program with Egypt and Pakistan. Funded by United States Department of State. Total award $830,000.
Milligan, J. (PI), & Hanna, Randall (co-PI). (Sep 2015–May 2016). Skills Development Study Trip for Indian State Officials. Funded by U.S. Department of State/U.S. Embassy New Delhi. Total award $78,509.
Boyle, H., PI, & Milligan, J.A., co-PI. (2015–2020). Northern Nigeria Education Initiative +. Funded by United States Agency for International Development. Total award $1,900,000.
Milligan, J. (Aug 2014–Aug 2016). U.S. Peace Corps Campus Recruiter. Funded by U.S. Peace Corps. Total award $53,000.
Milligan, J. (2014–2016). Community College Administrator's Program with Indonesia. Funded by U.S. Department of State. Total award $434,000.
Milligan, J. (2014–2016). Community College Administrator's Program with Selected Countries. Funded by U.S. Department of State. Total award $1,380,000.
Ayesha, K., & Milligan, J. A. (Jan 2013–Dec 2013). Intellectual, Cultural and Political Dimensions of Educational Policy and Practice in Muslim Societies: Comparative Perspectives. Funded by Florida State University College of Education. Total award $4,000.
Milligan, J. A. (PI). (2013–2018). Science, Technology, Research and Innovation for Development (STRIDE)-Philippines. Funded by U.S. Agency for International Development. Total award $1,380,000.
Milligan, J. A. (PI), & Wetherell, T.K. (co-PI). (2013–2014). Community College Administrator's Program with Indonesia. Funded by U.S. Department of State. Total award $457,000.
Khurshid, A., & Milligan, J. A. (Nov 2012–Dec 2012). Intellectual, Cultural and Political Dimensions of Educational Policy and Practice in Muslim Societies: Comparative Perspectives. Funded by Florida State University Faculty Research Libraries Materials Grant. Total award $12,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Jul 2012–Dec 2012). Contemporary Educational Development and Islamic Identity in the Southern Philippines. Funded by Florida State University Office of Research. Total award $3,000.
Ramos-Mattoussi, F., & Milligan, J. A. (2012–2017). Ethiopia-READ. Funded by U.S. Agency for International Development/Research Triangle Institute. Total award $1,300,000.
Milligan, Jeffrey A (PI). (Jan 2009–Dec 2010). Post-Conflict Civic Education in Aceh, Indonesia. Funded by Spencer Foundation. Total award $40,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Jul 2006–Dec 2011). USAID/Indonesia Decentralized Basic Education Program. Funded by Educational Development Center. Total award $1,841,847.
Milligan, J. A. (May 2006–Oct 2006). Islamic Philosophy of Education. Funded by U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Total award $19,140.
Milligan, J. A. (May 2003–Aug 2003). Educational Policy in Muslim Mindanao, 1946-1985. Funded by First Year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University. Total award $12,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Jan 2003–May 2003). Islamic Identity, Postcoloniality and Educational Policy. Funded by Council on Research in Education, Florida State University. Total award $3,000.
Milligan, J. A. (2003–2005). Islamization of Education in the Southern Philippines. Funded by U.S. Institute of Peace. Total award $39,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Jul 2000–Jun 2001). Religious Identity and Education in the Southern Philippines. Funded by Spencer Foundation/National Academy of Education. Total award $45,000.
Milligan, J. A. (2000–2000). Kulintang Performance. Funded by Fine & Performing Arts, Curriculum and Instruction, University of Nebraska and Nebraska Arts Council. Total award $5,000.
Milligan, J. A. (May 1999–Aug 1999). Multicultural Education in Muslim Mindanao. Funded by U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. Total award $13,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Apr 1999–May 1999). Religion and Education. Funded by Big XII Faculty Fellows Program. Total award $2,500.
Milligan, J. A. (Mar 1999–Mar 1999). Visiting Lecture, Djuhertati Imam Muhni. Funded by University of Nebraska Research Council. Total award $550.
Milligan, J. A. (Aug 1998–May 1999). Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence. Funded by U.S. Department of State Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs/Murray State College. Total award $40,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Jan 1998–May 1998). Cross Timbers Small Works Exhibit at Murray State College. Funded by Leslie Powell Foundation. Total award $500.
Milligan, J. A. (1998–1998). Classroom Technology in Math, Science and Engineering At Murray State College. Funded by Southwestern Bell Foundation. Total award $10,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Aug 1997–May 1998). Lecture Series: Promoting Tolerance: An Ethical Imperative for the Humanities. Funded by Oklahoma Foundation for the Humanities. Total award $7,500.
Milligan, J. A. (Aug 1997–May 1998). Cultural Events Series, Murray State College. Funded by State Arts Council of Oklahoma. Total award $3,000.
Milligan, J. A. (May 1997–Jun 2007). Teacher as Prophet? Funded by Association for Religion and Intellectual Life. Total award $2,500.
Milligan, J. A. (Aug 1996–May 1997). Cultural Events Series, Murray State College. Funded by State Arts Council of Oklahoma. Total award $4,000.
Milligan, J. A. (Apr 1996–Apr 1996). Conference: Crossing Borders: Multicultural Education for Little Dixie at Murray State College. Funded by Chickasaw Nation. Total award $1,000.
Milligan, J. A. (1996–1996). Crossing Borders: Multicultural Education for Little Dixie. Funded by Region VII Comprehensive Assistance Center. Total award $250.
Milligan, J. A. (Aug 1995–May 1996). Cultural Events Series, Murray State College. Funded by State Arts Council of Oklahoma. Total award $3,000.


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