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Julie Anne

Professor, Social Studies and Multicultural Education
Dr. Julie A. Taylor
D1 FCS (Fairlane Center South)
19000 Hubbard Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126

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Biography and Education

Julie Anne Taylor earned her PhD degree from the University of Cambridge.  A certified social studies teacher, she has been a professor at the University of Michigan-Dearborn since 2002.  At the Douglass Academy for Young Men in Detroit, she coordinates enrichment programming and offers instruction in history, art, and culture.  Her students explore emerging technologies.  Taylor’s research interests include history education, authentic learning in the social studies, arts integration, and multicultural studies.  She serves on the editorial boards of national and international journals.  In 2013, Taylor received the university’s Distinguished Teaching Award.


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