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Ludovic A. Sourdot, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Department of Teacher Education
Program Area:
Curriculum & Instruction

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. Texas A&M University-College Station
Curriculum and Instruction (area of emphasis: Culture and Curriculum)

M.Ed. Texas State University-San Marcos
Secondary Education

Maîtrise díHistoire-Université Jean-Monnet, Saint-Etienne (France)

B.S. Arkansas State University
Radio and Television


Dr. Sourdot came to TWU in the fall of 2009. While completing his doctorate at Texas A&M University he served as a graduate student advisor for the Secondary Graduate certification program in the department of Teaching Learning and Culture. While at Texas A&M Dr. Sourdot also served as an instructor to undergraduates and graduate students seeking initial teacher certification. Prior to his experience in academia, he taught at all levels (elementary through college), in various settings (urban, suburban and distance education). Dr. Sourdotís current research focuses on the pedagogical possibilities television programming offer for visual culture studies and teacher education. Other research interests include curriculum studies, educational technology, multicultural education and public pedagogy.

Recent Publications

Sourdot, L.A. (2012) Popular Culture and Teacher Education in the 21st century: The Pedagogical Possibilities of Aliens in America. In E. Janak & D. Blum. The Pedagogy of Pop: Theoretical and Practical Strategies for Success. Lexington Books.

Sourdot, L.A. (2011). Coming to America, a personal journey of discovery, learning and teaching. In M. Cowart & P. Dam (Eds.). Linguistic and Cultural Considerations for English Language Learners. Arlington, VA: Canh Nam Publishers.

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