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Creating spaces: testimonio, impossible knowledge, and academe
(International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 2003)
This article examines what it means to engage seriously with speech and writing events, such as testimonio, articulated by people whose theoretical base lies primarily in experience outside the walls of academe. I argue ...
Challenging fundraising, challenging inequity: Contextual constraints on advocacy groups’ policy influence
School fundraising is known to reproduce inequities in schools, yet it remains common practice in Ontario, Canada; findings from a critical policy analysis of an advocacy group’s efforts to change fundraising policy help ...
Between art and testimony: Transforming oral histories of Holocaust survivors into young adult fiction and creative non-fiction. Oral History Forum, Oral History Forum d’histoire oral,32 (2012), Special Issue “Making Educational Oral Histories in the 21st Century.”
(Oral History Forum/Forum d’histoire oral, 2012)
Works of historical fiction and creative non-fiction written about the Holocaust continue to occupy an important place in both the literary and history curricula in K to 12 schools. In discussion with author Kathy Kacer, ...
Deaf children creating written texts
(Gallaudet University Press, 2000)
Internationalization and Changing Student Demographic: How Ethno-Racial Clubs Help Shape and Navigate the Student Experience on Canadian University Campuses
As globalization continues to make the world a smaller place, and the internationalization of higher education brings immigrant, international and domestic students closer together within post-secondary institutions, ...
Indigenous Thought, Appropriation and Non-Aboriginal People
(Canadian Society for the Study of Education, 2010-01-04)
In this article, I explore the question, “What is the relationship between appropriation of Indigenous thought and what might be called ‘deep learning’ based in years of education in Indigenous contexts.” Beginning with ...