Call for papers for the Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies

Call for papers for the Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies exploring “The Scope of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Canadian Francophone Contexts”. For more information: https://jcacs.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/jcacs/announcement/view/126

Education and democracy can help address monuments that are a reminder of racist pasts

“Last August, a statue of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister, was toppled in downtown Montréal by a group of activists following a protest march. “People were tired of waiting for it to…

Speaker’s Series: Playing with gendered transmedia and popular cultural memory in the early years classroom

What do transmedia franchises and popular cultural memory have to do with gender and subjectivity in early childhood environments? Tifanie Valade discusses a qualitative study of two early years centres in Quebec that examines how…

Special Issue of Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry: Living Stories of Migrancy: Exile, Unconditional Hospitality and Transnational Citizenship

A special issue of Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry Volume 12, Number 2 (Fall 2020) featuring Mark Currie and guest editor Nickolas Ng-A-Fook. This issue explores topics of migrancy related to arriving, residency and residing, or…

Celebrating Research, a tribute to the teaching and research excellence of our Faculty of Arts professors, with special tribute to pioneer Chad Gaffield

This Thursday (April 29th) at 4pm, don’t miss the Celebrating Research, a tribute to the teaching and research excellence of our Faculty of Arts professors. Pioneer and member of the unit Chad Gaffield will get…

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