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Nancy Paula Greenman, American education educator, consultant. Certified teacher English, anthropology, elementary education, New Mexico. Grantee Cultural Awareness Center, University New Mexico, 1975-1976, 76-77, Institute on Black Life, University South Florida, 1991-1992.


Greenman, Nancy Paula was born on November 2, 1945 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of A. Edward and Gladys (Lieberman) Greenman.


Bachelor in Anthropology, University Massachusetts, 1967. Master of Arts in Education, University New Mexico, 1975. Doctor of Philosophy in American Studies, University New Mexico, 1987.


Social worker, caseworker New Mexico health & social services department Santa Fe County Welfare, 1968-1970. Educator Pojoaque (New Mexico) Valley Schools, 1970-1972, Santa Fe Public Schools, 1973-1980, 81-86. Planner, trainer, grant specialist New Mexico Governor' General’ s Office of Education and Training Administration, Santa Fe, 1981, 87-88.

Assistant professor social foundations of education University South Florida, Tampa, 1989-1994. Associate professor foundations of education University Texas at San Antonio, since 1995. Board directors Council Anthropology and Education.

Consultant Museum New Mexico Education Division, 1974-1975, Educational Planning for Indian Communities, 1981, Eastern Stream Center on Resources and Training, 1992, National Lewis University, 1993. Presenter in field; conductor of workshops and symposia in multicultural education, educational change and restructuring, cooperative learning, and cultural diversity.


  • Certified teacher English, anthropology, elementary education, New Mexico.


  • Other Work

    • Co-editor: Changing American Education: Recapturing the Past or Inventing the Future, 1994. Contributor articles to professional journals.


Member Tampa/Hillsborough County Human Rights Council, National Conference of Christians and Jews Education Committee Pinellas and Hillsborough County, National Conference of Christians and Jews Evaluation Committee, Hillsborough County Multicultural Education Planning Committee. Member National Education Association (past school representative), American Anthropol. Association, American Educational Research Association, American Educational Studies Association, Association for Feminist Anthropology, Council Anthropology and Education (board directors 1991-1993, committee culture and bilingual education, committee women in schools and society, program chair committee anthropological studies of school and culture 1991-1992), Institute Black Life, Society Study of Education, Society Applied Anthropology, Southeast Womens Studies Association, Organization of English as Second Language Professionals, World Future Society, Florida Foundations of Education and Policy Studies Society, Phi Delta Kappa (past research representative, past board directors).


A. Edward Greenman

Gladys (Lieberman) Greenman