T. Philip Nichols is an assistant professor of literacy education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Baylor University. His teaching and research examine how science and technology condition the ways we practice, teach, and talk about literacy – and the implications for equitable education and student flourishing.
His work has appeared in Educational Researcher, Teachers College Record, Research in the Teaching of English, Reading Research Quarterly, and Learning, Media, and Technology, as well as popular media outlets like The Atlantic.
A former high school English teacher, Phil holds a Ph.D. in Literacy, Culture, and International Education from the University of Pennsylvania, where he also earned an M.A. in History and Sociology of Science.
You can find him on Twitter (@philnichols) or connect with him by email ([email protected]).