East Carolina University
Dr. Currie-Knight is a Teaching Assistant Professor in East Carolina University’s College of Education, where he teaches classes about the psychological and social foundations of education. His research is interdisciplinary, ranging from the philosophy and history to the political economy of education.
His dissertation, From Laissez-Faire to Vouchers, is an intellectual history of the changing arguments free market libertarians have made over time regarding privatization of education. His scholarship has appeared in such journals as The Independent Review, Studies in Philosophy of Education, and shorter articles have appeared in The Freeman.
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