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Dr. Vladimir Ageyev’s field of expertise is cross-cultural and sociocultural psychology, cultural diversity, intercultural communication, multicultural and intercultural education. A graduate of Moscow State University, the leading educational and research institution of his country (Russia), Dr. Ageyev carried out a number of collaborative international studies on stereotypes, prejudices, intercultural communication, intergroup and inter-ethnic relations, Based on his research data, Vladimir Ageyev has developed a number of original courses and workshops dealing with cultural diversity, intercultural communication and multicultural education; with its major goal aimed at promoting intercultural dialogue, raising cultural awareness, increasing intercultural sensitivity and empathy, and confronting cultural stereotypes and prejudices. His approach proved to be successful not only in the university classrooms, but also in Buffalo Public School District settings, including his workshops at Grover Cleveland High School, Niagara Falls High and at the Buffalo Public Schools Teachers’ Center. His courses at UB invariably attract students from different programs in all three departments of GSE, and even from other schools at UB. His theoretical ideas have a powerful intellectual appeal to a large variety of students and contribute significantly to bringing about changes in their attitudes toward diversity.
Ageyev, V.S. (2007). Russian Children in American Schools: Towards Intercultural Dialogue in Diverse Classrooms and Teacher Preparation Programs. In: Finn, P., Finn, M., (Eds.). Teacher Education with an Attitude. New York: SUNY Press.
Ageyev, V. (2005, April). "Vygotsky's and Bakhtin's Perspectives on Literacy, Development,Education." Discussant at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research
Association, Montreal, Canada.
Ageyev, V. & Goulah, J. (2004, April). Bridging Russian-American differences: Helping Russian immigrant children to adjust to American schools. Paper to be presented at the
annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego, CA.
Miller, S. M. & Ageyev, V. S. (2004, April). "Model Schools, New Assessments, Educational Equity, and the Emergence of Spirituality in the Former Soviet Republics: Vygotskian
Perspectives." Panelists at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research
Association, San Diego, CA.
Ageyev, V. S (2003). Vygotsky in the mirror of cultural interpretations. Kozulin, A., Gindis, B.,Ageyev, V.S., Miller, S. (Eds.) Vygotsky's educational theory in cultural context. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.
Kozulin, A., Gindis, B., Ageyev, V.S., Miller, S. M. (2003). Socio-cultural theory and education: Students, teachers and knowledge. In: Kozulin, A., Gindis, B., Ageyev, V.S., Miller, S. (Eds.). (2003) Vygotsky's Educational Theory in Cultural Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ageyev, V.S. & Goulah, J. (2003). Teaching American Educators about Russian and East European Culture. Proceedings of the UNESCO Conference on Intercultural Education, 15 - 18 June, 2003, Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Ageyev, V.S. & Miller, S. (2003). Applying a Collectivistic Educational Theory in Individualistic Culture: The Fate of Vygotsky's Sociocultural Approach in the USA. Proceedings of the UNESCO Conference on Intercultural Education, 15 - 18 June, 2003, Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Ageyev, V. S., Vinigradova, N. & Howe, D. (2003). A Cross Cultural Approach toward Praise and Criticism: A Case Study of a Russian Teacher in American Classroom. Proceedings of the UNESCO Conference on Intercultural Education, 15 - 18 June, 2003, Jyvaskyla, Finland.
Miller, S. M. & Ageyev, V.S. (2003). Shaping the Literacy of Culturally Diverse Learners in Literature Discussion. In: Proceedings from the International Hawaiian Conference on Education. University of Hawaii, Waikii.
Ageyev, V. & Goulah, J. (2003). Intercultural education in the age of globalization. Global Issues in Education: Proceedings from the 5th International Conference on Education, Volume 2. Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Education and Research.
Ageyev, V. S., & Miller, S. M. (1998). Why Lev Vygotsky's ideas are forgotten in Russia and flourishing in America. In A. R. V. Jusino (Ed.) Honoring Jean Piaget and Lev S. Vigotsky. San Juan, Puerto Rico: University of Puerto Rico Press, pp. 49-61.
Gray, D., Ageyev, V., Djintcharadze, N. & Bovina. I. (1996). Belief in Equality and Democratic Leadership Behavior in Two Russian Samples. Political Psychology. 17 , (3), 473-495.
McFarland, S.G., Ageyev, V.S. & Djintcharadze, N. (1996). Russian authoritarianism two years after communism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 22, (2) 210-217.
Stephan, W.G., Ageyev, V.S., Coates-Shrider, L., Stephan, C.W. & Abalakina, M. (1994). On the Relationship Between Stereotypes and Prejudice: An International Study. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2, 277-284.
Ageyev, V.S. (1988). Similarity or Diversity? In A.Gromyko & M.Hellman (Eds). Breakthrough: Emerging New Thinking. New York: Walker, 249-255.