Professor Teaching, Learning & Teacher Education

Dr. Ted Hamann is a Professor in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Teacher Education at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Hamann received his Ph.D. in Education from the University of Pennsylvania and previously served as a Fulbright Garcia-Robles US Scholar at the Tijuana campus (Unidad 022) of the Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, where he studied binational higher education collaborations intended to better prepare educators in both the US and Mexico to serve students with school experience in the other country.

Dr. Hamman's research focuses on education policy and practice, particularly in response to the transnational movement of children and families; comparative education (Mexico, Ecuador, South Africa), anthropology of education; education, and human rights.


Hamann, E. T. & Zúñiga, V. (2021). What educators in Mexico and in the United States need to know and acknowledge to attend to the educational needs of transnational students. In P. Gándara & B. Jensen (Eds.), The Students We Share: Preparing US and Mexican Educators for Our Transnational Future (pp. 99-117). SUNY Press. 

Hamann, E. T., & Mitchell-McCollough, J. (2019). The Paradoxical Implications of Deported American Students. In E. Crawford, L. Dorner, & E. Bonney (Eds.) Educational Leadership of Immigrants: Case Studies in Times of Change (pp. 88-95). Routledge.

Hamann, E. T. & Zúñiga, V. (2011). Schooling and the Everyday Ruptures Transnational Children Encounter in the United States and Mexico. In C. Coe, R. Reynolds, D. Boehm, J.M. Hess, & H. Rae-Espinoza (Eds.), Everyday Ruptures: Children and Migration in Global Perspective (pp. 141-160)Vanderbilt University Press.