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Lauren Erdreich, Dr.

Academic Positions

​Head of the Informal Education Track

Research Interests

  • ​Mothering and education
  • Parental culture studies
  • Anthropology of education
  • Minorities and higher education
  • Palestinian Israelis and education
  • Design research


  • ​Cultural Aspects of Educational Organizations
  • An Alternative Perspective on Parents and Education
  • Equality and Inequality in the Israeli Education System
  • Qualitative Methods


  • Erdreich, L. (2006). Degendering the honor/care conflation: Palestinian Israeli university women's appropriations of independence. Ethos, 34(1), 132-164.‏
  • Golden, D., & Erdreich, L. (2014). Mothering and the work of educational care–an integrative approach. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 35(2), 263-277.‏ 
  • Erdreich, L. (2015). Sacralized citizenship: women making known selves in an Islamic teachers’ college in Israel. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 28(4), 415-436.
  • Erdreich, L. & Golden, D (2016). The cultural shaping of parental involvement: Theoretical insights from Israeli Jewish parents' involvement in the primary schooling of their children. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 26(1), 51-65.
  • Golden, D., Erdreich, L. and Roberman, S. (2018). Mothering, education and culture: Russian, Palestinian and Jewish middle-class mothers in Israeli society. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Erdreich, L. & Golden, D. (2018, January 19). Why parents and teachers need Anthropology. Social Science Matters. Retrieved from

  • Erdreich, L. & Golden, D. (2020). Concerted cultivation. Encyclopedia of children and childhood studies. Thousand Oaks: Sage.
  • Golden. D. & Erdreich, L. (2020). Natural growth. Encyclopedia of children and childhood studies. Thousand Oaks: Sage.

  • Golden, D. & Erdreich, L. (Forthcoming). Keeping mum: Military conflict in everyday mothering among middle-class Israeli Palestinian and Jewish women. Childhood.

  • Erdreich, L., Golden, D., & Roberman, S. (Forthcoming). Managing the risks of schooling, securing middle-class belonging: Russian, Palestinian, and Jewish mothers in Israel. Ethos.

  • Erdreich, L. & Golden, D. (Forthcoming). Scaffolding spatial literacy: Palestinian-Israeli mothers teach their children to read social relations in Israeli society/spaces. Cultural Geographies.


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