Gabriel Reich, Ph.D.
Gabriel Reich, Ph.D., is an associate professor of history/social studies education at Virginia Commonwealth University. Dr. Reich’s current research focuses on the collective memories around the city of Richmond, and how those memories are affected by cultural tools, such as state history standards, examinations, public monuments, family stories, and the practice of teaching. He has published book chapters and journal articles extensively on subjects such as collective memory, teacher empowerment, and history assessment in The Journal of Curriculum Studies, Theory and Research in Social Education, and The Journal of Thought, among others.
Background Photo: Watson, Denise. (2012). "Back in Focus: Found photos of the Norfolk 17." Virginia Pilot. http://pilotonline.com/guides/african-american-today/back-in-focus-found-photos-of-the-norfolk/article_89718dbd-6f6c-583c-b19f-2b67745f8086.html (Accessed 10.17.16).