• Carmen Elinor James

    Carmen Elinor James

    CARMEN ELINOR JAMES is a New York-based educator, researcher, and designer. She currently works as the lead instructional designer at General Assembly for online courses. She received her PhD from Teachers College, Columbia University in Philosophy and Education in 2015. Her graduate work examine habits in education and the role of spontaneity and aesthetic experiences in learning. She is passionate about the intersection of culture and education and received a grant from Columbia University to pursue this research in 2011 in Buenos Aires. Prior to that, she was a summer fellow at the National Endowment for the Humanities in 2007. In 2007 she also received a grant from Harvard University to research the relationship between poetry and cities in Paris and Shanghai. She completed her undergraduate degree at Harvard University, majoring in Comparative Literature.

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