Film Review: <i>In Whose Honor?</i> by Rosenstein


  • Dr. John Caruso, Jr. Western Connecticut State University


Native Americans, Sport Mascot, Documentary

Author Biography

Dr. John Caruso, Jr., Western Connecticut State University

John Caruso, Jr., Ph.D., Department of Education & Educational Psychology Western Connecticut State University Dr. John Caruso Jr., a Full Professor of Education, earned seven degrees and certificates including a B.A. in History & Political Science, M.A. in European History, M.A. in Educational Technology, M.S. in Sociology, M.S. in Counseling, P.E.D. in Educational Foundations, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum & Supervision. He holds NY Certification as a Middle School and Secondary Teacher in History/Social Studies, and CT Certification as an Elementary Education Supervisor, and Counselor. Dr. Caruso lived in Europe and Asia for ten years, one year in Central and South America and the Middle East, and has visited more than 100 nations while conducting graduate seminars. Dr. Caruso was a Fulbright Scholar at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea. He received a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant and an Eisenhower Grant. He studied and lectured at universities in Germany, United Kingdom, Russia, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, China, and the United States including Yale, the University of Southern California, the University of Maryland, the University of Connecticut, Edinboro University, the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, ECSU, CCSU, SCSU and three Connecticut community colleges.




How to Cite

Caruso, Jr., D. J. (2007). Film Review: <i>In Whose Honor?</i> by Rosenstein. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 9(1). Retrieved from



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