James Watson Hammond

Graduate Student Instructor

James Hammond’s research centers on the social and intellectual histories of writing assessment, and on educational measurement history and theory; his interests and influences include critical theory, education reform rhetoric, critical race theory, critical historiography, disability studies, and (new/digital) media studies. Currently, James serves as a U-M field instructor for the Undergraduate Secondary Teacher Certification program and is a researcher for the NCTE’s James R. Squire Office of Policy Research in the English Language Arts.

Twitter: @WatsonBoggs

Hammond’s program of study:
Joint Program in English and Education