Bryan Silverman

Lecturer in Curriculum, Assessment and Instruction
Phone: 207.581.3651

124 Shibles Hall
University of Maine
Orono, Maine 04469-5766

Bio: Bryan Silverman graduated from Kent State University in 2014 with a Ph.D. in the Cultural Foundations of Education. His research interests focus on the interaction of education and identity, specifically how culture, in a broad understanding, operates on identity. He is also interested in the ideas of rooted cosmopolitanism.

Ph.D., 2014, Kent State University
M.Sc., 2004, D’Youville College
B.A., 2000, University of Toronto

Courses taught at UMaine

  • HON 111: Civilizations I
  • EHD 202: Education in a Multicultural Society

Sample Publications

  • Silverman, B.A. (2016) A Cosmopolitan Future for Canada: Addressing the changing nature of Canada’s cultural diversity. Manuscript in preparation. University of Maine
  • Mette, I.M., Silverman, B.A. (2016) Examining the positionality of instructional leaders through the lens of White privilege. Manuscript in preparation. University of Maine