Dr. Di Mascio joined the School of Education in 2011. He is an educational historian whose research concerns the origins and development of mass schooling. He is particularly interested in the intersection of educational history and politics, and its potential contributions to informed public policy. He currently teaches courses on the foundations of the teaching profession, education policy, and the history of education at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
1. An armful (of dried and salted cod-fish, kindling, etc).