Ph.D. Educational Studies-Urban Education, Eastern Michigan University
M.A. Social Foundations of Education, Eastern Michigan University
M.A. World Languages-German Studies, Eastern Michigan University
B.A. Secondary Education-French & German, English Linguistics, Eastern Michigan University
Agnes Krynski holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in various educational fields of study from Eastern Michigan University and a State of Michigan Professional Teaching Certificate with World Language & Culture FA and FB endorsements. Her scholarship is situated within the fields of curriculum studies, philosophy of education, and ethics. She is particularly interested in conceptualizations of ethics of connection, philosophies of work, and regional equity in teacher education. As a former K-12 International Baccalaureate teacher, she also focuses on eco-ethical aspects of comparative, international, and peace education and presents her research at national and international conferences devoted to the promotion of cross-disciplinary understandings of place and culture.
SFCE 328W Schools for a Diverse and Democratic Society