Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams

Hakim Williams

Dr. Hakim Mohandas Amani Williams, a native of Trinidad & Tobago, is an Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and Education at Gettysburg College, PA, USA, where he is also a faculty member of the Globalization Studies and Public Policy programs. He received his BA (hons) in psychology from St. Francis College, Brooklyn, and his master of arts, master of education and doctorate of education in the fields of Comparative and International Education, and International Educational Development from Teachers College, Columbia University. His teaching and research interests include: peace education, human rights, education for social change, structural violence, educational inequity, youth empowerment, and Caribbean Studies. Recent publications include: “Postcolonial structural violence: a study of school violence in Trinidad & Tobago.” (2013). International Journal of Peace Studies, 18.2: 39-64. and “Peaceableness as Raison d’être, Process, and Evaluation”. In A. Karako, C. Del Felice, & A. Wisler (Eds.). (forthcoming). Peace education evaluation: Learning from experience and exploring prospects. North Carolina: Information Age Press.