Dr. Lorna McLean



Edited Books:

Cook, S., McLean, L. & O’Rourke, K. Eds. (2001) Framing Our Past: Canadian Women’s History in the Twentieth Century Montreal and Kingston, McGill/Queen’s University Press. (495 pp.) Reprinted 2005. [Recipient of the 2002 Canadian Association for Foundations in Education, National Book Award]

Loo, T. & McLean, L., Eds. (1994). Historical Perspectives on Law and Society in Canada. New Canadian Readings Series, Toronto, Copp Clark Longman Ltd. (343 pp.)

Edited Journal Articles:

McLean, L. & Ng-A-Fook, N. Eds. (2013) Developing a Global Perspective for Educators, Special Issue: Revue d’éducation/Education Review, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa. (pp. 55).

Selected Articles:

McLean, L., Rogers, P., Lowe, N., Hunter, J., Law, A. (2014) The Poetics of Pedagogy and Historical Consciousness. Historical Encounters: A journal of historical consciousness, historical cultures, and history education.  1, 1: 4-19. Lead article in the inaugural international journal.

Isacsson, K., McLean, L. & Lalonde, J. (2012). Capacity building: Teaching from a global citizenship perspective.  Citizenship Education Research Network Peer Review Collection, 2: 105-117.

Appleyard, N. & McLean, L. (2011 ). “Expecting the exceptional”: Pre-service professional development in global education.  International Journal of Progressive Education 7, 2: 6-32.

McLean, L. & Cook, C. (2011). “Viability for Sustainability”: Two Sides of the Coin for Global Education in a Faculty of Education. International Journal of Development Education and Global Learning 3, 2: 39-56.

McLean, L. (2010). “There is no magic whereby such qualities will be acquired at the voting age”: Teachers, curriculum, pedagogy and citizenship. Historical Studies in Education 22, 2: 39-57.

Reimer, K. & McLean, L. (2009). Conceptual clarity and connections: Peace and global education and pre-service teachers. Canadian Journal of Education 32(4), 903-926.

Selected by CSSE as a “Knowledge Snapshot”:

Reimer, K. & McLean, L. (2009). Global education: Confusion, clarity and teacher preparation. Retrieved from http://www.csse-scee.ca/CJE/KMS/KMSGlobalEducation.pdf.

McLean, L., Cook, S. & Crowe, T. (2008) Imagining global citizens: Teaching peace and global education in a Teacher Education Programme. Citizenship, Teaching and Learning (UK) 4 (1), 50-64.

McLean, L. (2008). The march to nation: Citizenship, education and the Australian way of life. History of Education Review (Australia/New Zealand) 37 (1), 33-45.

McLean, L. (2007). “No Short Cuts to Better Days”: Education, identity and citizenship in early modern Canada, 1900-1930. Journal of Canadian Studies 41, 2-26.

McLean, L., Cook, S. & Crowe, T. (2006). Educating the next generation of global citizens through Teacher Education, one new teacher at a time,” Canadian Social Studies Journal 40(1), 1-7.

McLean, L. (2004). “To Become Part of Us”: Ethnicity, ‘race”, literacy and the Canadian Immigration Act of 1919.” Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études ethniques au Canada XXXVI(1), 1-28.

Chapters in Books:

McLean, L. (2013). “The Necessity of Going”: Julia Grace Wales’s transnational life as a peace activist and a scholar. In C. Carstairs & N. Janovicek (Eds.), Writing Feminist History: Productive Pasts and New Directions. (pp 77-95). Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

McLean, L. (2012). “There is no magic whereby such qualities will be acquired at the voting age”: Teachers, curriculum, pedagogy and citizenship. Reprint of article published in S. Gibson (Ed), Issues and Trends in Canadian Curriculum Studies. (pp 158-178). Vancouver: Pacific Educational Press.

McLean, L. & Barber, M. (2004). “In Search of Comfort and Independence”: Irish immigrant  domestic servants encounter the courts, jails, and asylums in nineteenth-century Ontario. In F. Iacovetta, M. Epp & F. Swyripa (Eds.), Sisters or Strangers: Immigrant Women, Minority Women, and the Racialized Other (pp. 133-160). Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Revised version (forthcoming 2014).

McLean, L. &  Barber, M. (2003). Making colonial homes: Sources on Irish, female domestics in nineteenth-century Canada. In F. Le Jeune (Ed.), The Legacy and Contribution To Canada of European Female Emigrants/Immigrants (pp. 71-83). France: Peter Lang, European Academic Publishers.

McLean, L. (2002). “The Good Citizen”: Masculinity and citizenship at Frontier College, 1899-1933. In R. Adamoski,  D. Chunn & R. Menzies (Eds.), Constructing Canadian Citizenship: Historical Readings (pp. 225-245). Vancouver: Broadview Press.

McLean, L. (2001). The legal and political status of women from 1850 to the present. In C. Hackett & B. Hesketh (Eds.) Canadian History in Multimedia, 1867 to the Present, (45 pp) Edmonton: Chinook Multimedia Inc.