Patricia S. Buck

Associate Professor of Education



Pettengill Hall, Room 302


Patricia Buck is an educational anthropologist whose current work examines cultural transformations that occur at the intersection of humanitarian aid policy, gender, and schooling.

Her publications include Educated for Change?: Muslim Refugee Women in the West (2012) and pieces in Lives in Motion: Migration and Schooling in the Global South (eds), Advancing Democracy Through Education?: U.S. Influence abroad and Domestic Practice, and Funds of Knowledge: Theorizing Practice in Houlsholds, Communities, and Classrooms. 

Patricia teaches Education in a Globalized World, Senior Seminar in Educational Studies, Intership in Education, and Literacy and Language in the Community.