Stephen Katz, EdD

StephenKatzStephen Katz, Ed.D., is an adjunct faculty member in the history department of the School of Liberal Arts. Katz has developed the history courses, such as the Contemporary Middle East, for the College and has been teaching the coursework since 2006. Katz received his doctorate in education and bachelor of arts in history degrees from Temple University as well as a master of arts in American history degree from Columbia University. Katz has a level of expertise in American and Middle Eastern history. Katz also has experience in teaching secondary social studies for grades 7 through 12.

Expertise

  • History
  • American History
  • Middle Eastern History

Education

  • Doctorate in Education, Temple University, 1977
  • Master of Arts, American History, Columbia University, 1970
  • Bachelor of Arts, Temple University, 1969

Selected Publications

  • HIS342 The Contemporary Middle East course of study in both CD-ROM and WebCT Format for Excelsior College, Albany, New York, 2006
  • “Imperialism, Arab Nationalism, and World War I,” http://www.fpri.org/education/classroomlessons.html May, 2006 – click on “Islam, Islamism, and Democratic Values” and scroll down

Professional Membership and Associations

  • American Historical Association
  • Organization of American Historians
  • Phi Alpha Theta – International History Honor Society
  • American Federation of Teachers
  • American Federation of Teachers- Pennsylvania, AFL-CIO
  • Faculty Federation Local 2026 of the Community College of Philadelphia
  • Chief of Negotiations Committee for Adjunct Faculty, CCP
  • Co-chair Part time/Visiting Lecturers Bargaining Unit of the Faculty Federation, CC
  • Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, PA.
  • American Association of University Professors
  • Middle East Studies Association