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Regina Cortina

Professor of Education
School: 
Teachers College
Department: 
Comparative and International Education
Office: 
352 Macy Hall
Email: 
cortina@tc.columbia.edu
Phone: 
212-678-7401
Biography

Educational Background:

B.A., Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City
M.A., Stanford University
Ph.D., Stanford University

Scholarly Interests:

Comparative and international education; gender and education; the education and employment of teachers; public policy in education; education in Latin America, the Caribbean and the United States.

Selected Publications:

Cortina, R. (Ed.). 2014. The Education of Indigenous Citizens in Latin America. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Cortina, R., & San Román, S. (Eds.). 2006. Women and Teaching:  International Perspectives on the Feminization of a Profession.  New York: Palgrave.

Cortina, R., & Gendreau, M.  (Eds.). 2003. Immigrants and Schooling: Mexicans in New York.  New York:  Center for Migration Studies.  

Cortina, R., & Stromquist, N. P. (Eds.). 2000. Distant Alliances:  Promoting Education for Girls and Women in Latin America.  New York: Routledge-Falmer.

Cortina, R. 2012. "Empoderamiento de lenguas y culturas indígenas: El impacto de la ayuda bilateral alemana en Latinoamérica." Revista Latinoamericana de Educación Comparada, 3(3).

Cortina, R. 2011. “Globalization, social movements and education.” Teachers College Record 113: 1196-1213.

Cortina, R. 2011. “Globalización, movimientos sociales y sentido de la educación.” In V. Aspe Armella (comp.), México entre el discurso público y el ámbito privado.  México: Porrúa.

Cortina, R. 2011. Putting Languages on a level Playing Field.  Research Paper.  University of New York at Albany:  NYLARnet.

Cortina, R. 2010. “Gender equality in education: GTZ and indigenous communities in Peru.”  Development  53 (4): 529-534.

Cortina, R. 2010. “Empowering Indigenous Languages and Cultures: The impact of German Bilateral Assistance in Latin America.” European Education: Issues and Studies 42 (3): 53-67.
Cortina, R. 2009. The Education of Latinos in Northern Manhattan Schools. Policy Paper. The State University of New York at Albany: NYLARNet.

Cortina, R. 2009. “Immigrant Youth in High School:  Understanding Educational Outcomes for Students of Mexican Origin.”  In Terrence G. Wiley, Jin Sook Lee, and Russell Rumberger. Eds. The Education of Language Minority Immigrants in the United States, pp. 113-135.  Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Cortina, R. “Latinos and Educational Policy in the Global American South.”  Latino Research Review 6 (3, 2008): 93-104.

Cortina, R., and Sánchez, M.T.  “Spanish Bilateral Initiatives for Education in Latin America.”  Prospects 37 (2, June 2007): 267-281

Cortina, R. (Forthcoming). Partnerships to promote the education of Indigenous citizens. In R. Cortina (Ed.) The Education of Indigenous Citizens in Latin America. Clevedon, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Cortina, R., de la Cruz, I., & Makar, C. (2013). School trajectories of Mexican immigrant youth. In A. Sawyer & B. Jensen (Eds.), Regarding Educación Mexican-American Schooling, Immigration, and Bi-national Improvement (pp.149-171). New York, NY: Teachers College Press.

Cortina, R. (2011). Globalización, movimientos sociales y sentido de la educación. In V. Aspe Armella (comp.), México entre el discurso público y el ámbito privado (pp. 3-10). México City: Porrúa. [Globalization, social movements and the meaning of education].

Cortina, R. (2011). Globalización, política educativa y migración de mexicanos hacia el sur de Estados Unidos. In M.E. D´Aubeterre Buznego & L. Rivermar Pérez (Eds.), Migraciones en la huasteca poblana. Actores y procesos (pp. 147-171). México City: Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Instituto de Ciencias Sociales. [Globalization, Education policy and Mexican migration to the South of the United States]

Cortina, R. (2009). Immigrant youth in high school: Understanding educational outcomes for students of Mexican origin. In Terrence G. Wiley, Jin Sook Lee and Russell Rumberger (Eds.), Bilingual education and bilingualism: The education of language minority immigrants in the USA (pp. 113-135).Clevedon, UK:  Multilingual Matters.

Cortina, R. (2007). Migración y Educación. In Migración y reconfiguración transnacional: Flujos de población (p. 323-342). Puebla, México: Universidad Iberoamericana. [Migration and Education, in the volume, Migration and Transnational Reconfiguration].

Cortina, R. (2006).  Women teachers in Mexico:  Asymmetries of power in public education. In R. Cortina, and S. San Román (Eds.) Women and Teaching:  International Perspectives on the Feminization of a Profession (pp. 107-128).New York: Palgrave

Cortina, R. (2003). Las mujeres como líderes en la educación. In R. Cortina (Ed.) Líderes y construcción de poder: Las maestras y el SNTE. México City: Ed. Santillana [Women as leader in Mexican Education].

Cortina, R. (2003). Género y poder en el sindicato de las maestras y los maestros. In R. Cortina (Ed.) Líderes y construcción de poder: Las maestras y el SNTE. México City: Ed. Santillana.

Cortina, R. (2003). Transnational factors and school success of Mexican immigrants. In R. Cortina and Gendreau, M. (Eds.) Immigrants and Schooling: Mexicans in New York. New York: Center for Migration Studies.

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