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Horace Hall

Horace R. Hall, PhD teaches courses related to human development, historical issues in education and sociocultural dimensions of schooling. He is the author of such books as Mentoring Young Men of Color (2006), Understanding Teenage Girls (2011) and Black Captivity (forthcoming). In addition to his work at DePaul University, Dr. Hall is co-founder and co-director of the R.E.A.L Youth Program. Since 2000, R.E.A.L. has worked closely with youth and their families in challenging political and economic inequities prevalent within Black and Latino/a Chicagoland communities.

  • PhD in Curriculum Instruction and Evaluation, University of Illinois at Chicago
  • BA, Roosevelt University
Courses Taught
  • ISP 200 Multiculturalism in Education
  • SCU 207 Social and Historical Issues in Education
  • SCU 336 Adolescent and Adult Growth and Development
  • SCU 337 Human Growth and Development
  • SCG 339 Philosophy and Psychology of Youth and Middle Level Education
  • SCG 403 Human Development and Learning
  • SCG 406 Human Development and Learning
  • SCG 408 Education and Society
  • SCG 439 Philosophy and Psychology of Middle School Level Education
  • CS 591 Curriculum Theorizing
  • CS 704 History of Curriculum
  • CS 754 Curriculum Theorizing
  • CS 794 Special Topics: The Education of Students of Color
  • CS 794 Special Topics: The Curriculum of School Security

Research Interests
Racialized Geography; Institutional Exclusion; Youth Activism and Agency; Critical Emancipatory Educational Methods