My current major project is on the post-1945 history of educational broadcasting. This page primarily has links to relevant materials.
Support for this project comes from the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University and the Spencer Foundation (award 20200163).
Short pieces: newspaper features, blog entries, etc.
- When Barry Goldwater held the fate of Sesame Street in his hands (Arizona Republic)
- Barry Goldwater and Sesame Street (blog entry)
- Marginalized college radio (blog entry)
- The evolving shape of a project (blog entry)
Conference posters and papers
- S. Dorn and W. Kim, Budgeting for Big Bird, presented at the History of Education Society annual meeting (2019).
- S. Dorn and W. Kim, Curriculum Politics for Television, presented at the American Historical Association annual meeting (2020).
- S. Dorn and W. Kim, “A Vast Wasteland” vs. “A Nation at Risk”, presented at the History of Education Society annual meeting (2020).
- S. Dorn and W. Kim, Where Were the States?, presented at the American Educational Research Association annual meeting (2022). This paper is an expansion of the poster presented at the Association for Education Finance and Policy annual meeting in March 2022.