Barbara Finkelstein Home People Barbara Finkelstein Professor Emerita & Distinguished Scholar-TeacherEd.D.Teachers College, Columbia University(1970) Department: Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership Division: EPLLLSICurriculum Vitae: Curriculum VitaeEmail Address: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone Number: (301) 405-3324Location: 2311 Benjamin Building Research Interests Research studies, historical and cultural dimensions of education policies and practices and how they impinged on the lives of children, youth, minority groups, and women, and the quality of education opportunities available to them. Honors & Awards 2017-present Cosmos Club, Washington DC 2006-2007 General Research Board Sabbatical Extension Grant, University of Maryland, College Park 2005-2006 Distinguished Scholar Teacher, University of Maryland, College Park 2004 Imperial Order of the Rising Sun (Gold Rays with Rosette) conferred by the Japanese Foreign Ministry and the Imperial House of Japan for the advancement of U.S.-Japan understanding. 2004-1982 Directory of American Scholars, I: 1997-1998 Woman of the Year, University of Maryland College Park. 1994-1995 Distinguished International Service Award, University of Maryland College Park. l991-1992 Fellowship: Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Senior Science Fellowship, University of Tokyo. 1989 American Educational Press Association Award for Distinguished Learned Article, "Rescuing Civic Learning: Some Prescriptions for the l990s," Theory into Practice. Autumn, 1988: 250-255. l987 Recipient: Key to the City of Osaka for Mid-Atlantic Region Japan-in-the- Schools Program. 1985 Henry Allan Moe Prize for Excellence in the Arts, New York State Historical Society, for "The Schooling of American Childhood:1820-1920," a chapter in a prize-winning museum catalog, A Century of Childhood, prepared by the Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum, Rochester, New York. 1982 Critics Choice Award: American Educational Studies Association for Regulated Children/Liberated Children: Education in Psychohistorical Perspective.1977-1976 National Endowment for the Humanities: Independent Fellowship.