Professor Koyama, a cultural anthropologist, is vice dean of the Division of Education Leadership and Innovation in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. Her leadership practice, and her research, are informed by her commitment to equity, inclusion, anti-racism and social justice.
Koyama’s scholarship sits across several strands of inquiry: the productive social assemblage of policy; the controversies of globalizing educational policy; and the politics of migrant education. In this research, she challenges notions of global citizenship and interrogates normative enactments of civic engagement, leadership and education.
PhD Columbia University