Trey Adcock, Ph.D

Assistant Professor, Director of American Indian & Indigenous Studies
RRO 246A, CPO #1820
828.251.6961

Education

    Ph. D., Education: Culture, Curriculum and Change,The University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
    M. Ed., Social Science Education, Armstrong Atlantic State University
    B.A., History, The University of Florida
   

Courses Taught

    AIIS    200      Intro to American Indian and Indigenous Studies
    AIIS    210      American Indian Film Studies
    AIIS    205      Issues, Ideas and Identity in Contemporary Native America
    HUM    414       Humanities: The Modern World
    EDUC   437       6-12 Social Studies Methods

Publications

Adcock, T. & Sanchez Martinez, J. The Teacher’s Guide to Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony. Simon & Schuster, 2017.

Jackson, G., Adcock, T., & Sanchez Martinez, J. (2017). Water Protectors: DAPL and Stories of  Inhabited Territories. Readings in Race, Ethnicity and Immigration.

Adcock, T., Crave, J. & Rupert, N. (2017). Developing cultural competence through digital storytelling in preservice education. Journal of Modern Education Reform.

Adcock, T (2016) Reclaiming the narrative: Creating and sustaining culturally appropriate university programs for American Indian students. Southern Anthropological Society Journal. Volume 14.

Adcock, T. & Grant, E. (2015). Engaging the complexity of the past through local history: Buncombe Co. slave deed project. Tar Heel News.

Adcock, T. (2015). Doing history in Buncombe county. Teaching Tolerance. Spring (49). Retrieved from http://www.tolerance.org/magazine/number-49-spring-2015/feature/doing-hi....

Adcock, L. (2014). The Hollywood Indian gooes to school: Detournement as praxis. In J. Trier (Ed.), Detournement as Pedagogical Praxis. Boston, MA: Sense Publishers.

Adcock, L.M. (2014). Technology integration in American Indian education: An overview. The Journal of American Indian Education. 52 (3).

Adcock, L.M. & Chapman, R., (2014). Fostering digital literacy in preservice education: Designing a digital gallery. Language Experience Forum Journal. Fall/Winter.

Bolick, C., L. M. A. III, et al. (2013). Lies my digital textbook tells?: A critical examination of digital social studies textbooks. Digital Social Studies. W. Russel. Charlotte,       Information Age Publishing Inc.

Adcock, L., & Bolick, C. (2011). Web 2.0 tools and the evolving pedagogy of teacher education. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 11(2). Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol11/iss2/currentpractice/article1.cfm

Adcock, L. (2010). Creating virtual journals using voicethread. Tar Heel News, North Carolina Council for the Social Studies. Spring 2010, 10.

Featured Presentations

Adcock, T., Jackson, G., Hardbarger, T. & Benn Duke, S. (2017). Teaching Mni Wiconi, the Standing Rock Sioux and Indigenous Activism. Presentation at the National Council of the Social Studies Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Adcock, T., Sanchez-Martinez, J. (2017). Documentary as participatory research: One Million People with the Standing Rock water protectors. Presentation at the Action Research of the Networks, Cartagena, Colombia.

Ruffin, T, Adcock, T, Boakye-Boaten, A & Zunguze, J. (2016). Fostering a decolonized education in an inclusive liberal arts education.  Presentation at the Lilly Conference on Designing Effective Teaching. Asheville, NC.

Adcock, L., Crave, J., & Rupert, N. (2015). Digital storytelling: A tool for identifying and developing cultural competence. Paper presented at the Research on Teaching and Learning Summit. Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA.

Adcock, L.M., Grant, E., & Miles, D. (2014). Slave Deeds as Primary Source Documents. Paper presented at the North Carolina State Social Studies Conference. Greensboro, NC.

Adcock, L.M., (2014). Technology integration in American Indian education: An overview. Paper proposed for annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Adcock, L., Crave, J., Kessaris, K., & Ruffin, T. (2013). Resistance and Change: The struggle to foster a culturally engaged community. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in American Higher Education, New Orleans, LA.

Adcock III, L.M., Bartels, J., Bolick, C.M., & Lathan, J. (2012). Lies my digital textbook tells?: A critical examination of 7 digital social studies textbooks. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly, Seattle, WA.

Adcock III, L.M., (2012). Endurance and Innovation: Technology Integration at an American Indian Boarding School. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, Canada.

Adcock III, L.M. & Jones, J. (2011). Connecting tools of the present to marginalized voices of the past. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Council of the Social Studies, Washington D.C.

Adcock III, L.M, (2011). Challenging the Hollywood Indian: Detournement as pedagogy. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA.

Adcock III, L.M., & Walbert, D., (2010). Using Learn NC’s digital textbook. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Council for the Social Studies Conference, Greensboro, N.C.

Selected Honors

    Educational Policy Fellow Program, 2017-2018
    NEH Professor Grant, Indigenous Film Festival, 2016
    Champion for Students Award, 2016
    NC Space Grant, 2016-2017

    Key Center Faculty Fellows Grant, 2014-2015
    University Teaching Council Grant, UNC Asheville 2013
    Appalachian Trail Conservancy: Trails for Every Classroom Grant, 2013
    Royster Society of Fellows, Sequoyah Dissertation Fellowship, 2011-2012
    Cherokee Nation Education Mission Award, 2010-2011
    North Carolina Native American Incentive Grant, 2010 - 2011
    Doctoral Merit Scholar, 2008-2009
    National Endowment for the Humanities Grant, 2007
    National Jewish Labor Union Grant, 2007
    Savannah-Chatham County Superintendant Grant, 2006
    Gilder-Lehrman Institute Grant, 2006

Professional Interests

    American Indian Education
    Social Studies Education
    Technology Integration and Pedagogy