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Education educator

Cynthia Stokes Brown, American education educator. Recipient American Book award Before Columbus Foundation, 1987; honorary fellow Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1963-1964. Member American Association of University Women (fellow 1963-1964), American Association of University Professors, National Council for Social Studies, World History Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Brown, Cynthia Stokes was born on March 20, 1938 in Madisonville, Kentucky, United States. Daughter of Stanley Thomas and Louise Elizabeth (Bast) Stokes.

Education

Bachelor, Duke University, 1960. Master of Arts in Teaching, Johns Hopkins University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Johns Hopkins University, 1964.

Career

Teacher Eastern High School, Baltimore, 1961-1963. Co-director elementary credential program University Without Walls, Berkeley, California, 1972-1975. Member faculty Antioch College West, San Francisco, 1980-1982.

Director secondary credential program Dominican College, San Rafael, California, 1982-1994. Professor education, since 1994.

Works

Membership

Member American Association of University Women (fellow 1963-1964), American Association of University Professors, National Council for Social Studies, World History Association, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married James R. Brown, June 22, 1961 (divorced 1986). Children: Erik, Ivor. Married Jack B. Robbins, June 18, 1989.

Stepchildren: Deborah, Peter, Daniel.

father:
Stanley Thomas Stokes

mother:
Louise Elizabeth (Bast) Stokes

spouses:
James R. Brown

Jack B. Robbins

children:
Erik Brown

Ivor Brown

Deborah Brown

Peter Brown

Daniel Brown