Kelly P. Vaughan, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English Education
Kelly Vaughan is an assistant professor of English Education at Purdue University Northwest. Her research and teaching interests include curriculum studies, teacher education, and disability studies.
My research focuses on alternative ways of understanding curriculum history, education policies, and classroom practices.
Vaughan, K. P. & Super, G. (2019). Theory, practice, and perspectives: Disability Studies and parenting children with disabilities. Disability &Society. DOI: 10.1080/09687599.2019.1621741.
Buffington-Adams, J. and Vaughan, K. (2019). Introduction: An Invitation to Complicated Conversations. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing 34(1). Vaughan, Kelly (2018). Progressive Education and Racial Justice: Examining the Work of John Dewey, Vol. 34 (2).
I teach courses focused on: history and philosophy of education, literacy methods, children’s media, secondary education methods, and diversity and inclusion.