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Nathaniel Williams


Nathaniel Williams

Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

2 E South St

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

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Assistant Professor of Educational Studies

Years at Knox: 2015 to present

Ph.D., Urban Education Studies, 2015, Indiana University 
M.A., Education Psychology, 2012, Indiana University.
B.A., Education, 2009, Indiana University.

Selected Professional Accomplishments


"DWB; Disciplined while Black". (in process)Williams, N. A., Skiba, R., & Chung, C. G, 2015.

"Public universities profiteering by failing students of color: The Ball State University charter authorizer case" (in process)Scheurich, J. J., Williams, N. A., & Daniels, D. 2015.

"Looking through the keyhole of a very large door: What's missing from the discourse on school discipline" (in process) Williams, N. A., Skiba, R., & Hughes, R. 2014. 

"A New Definitional Framework For Educational Equity With Explicated Exemplars". Scheurich, J. J., Bonds, V. L., Phelps, J. A., Currie, B. J., Crayton, T. A., Elfreich, A. M., Bhathena, C. D., Kyser, T. S., & Williams, N.A, Handbook For Urban Educational Leadership. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield, 2013.


"We know racial disproportionality in discipline is a problem; what's the policy got to do wit' it? Williams, N., & Annamma, S. International Conference on Urban Education (ICUE).Montego Bay, Jamaica, 2014.

"White educators talk about their white racism: Educators of color critique their talk." Scheurich, J., Williams, N., Priester, M., Portillo, W., Robbins, K., Shaver, E., & Gatza, A. Journal of Curriculum Theory Bergamo Conference. Dayton, Ohio. 2014

"Understanding the School-to-Prison Pipeline". National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA). Indianapolis, Indiana. 2014.

"M.O.C. (Money Over Children); Manufacturing Katrina". National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (N'COBRA) Indianapolis, Indiana, 2014.

"Art as Activism: CRITherapy Workshop."Rogers, J., Hotchkins, B., & Williams, N. Critical Race Studies in Education Association (CRSEA). Nashville, Tennessee. 2014

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