Graduate Supervision

Ph.D. Supervision, University of Ottawa

  1. Villella, Melissa. (2021). Piti, piti, zwazo fè niche li (Petit à petit, l’oiseau fait son nid) : Le développement d’une compétence interculturelle et antiraciste de neuf leaders éducatifs et systémiques d’expression française de l’Ontario, formateurs bénévoles en Ayiti. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (SSHRC Funded)
  2. Vaudrin, Charette, Julie. (2014-2020). Une étude a/r/tographique de la présence de l’anishinaabemowen dans un collège francophone au Québec. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (SSHRC Funded; Nominated by examining committee for a University of Ottawa Award)
  3. Ruest-Paquett, Anne-Sophie. (2010-2020). Les répercussions identitaires chez des survivantes adultes de harcèlement par les pairs en vertu de l’expression de genre ou de l’orientation sexuelle en milieux scolaires franco-ontariens. Double doctorate in Education Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa; and Social Work Laval, Quebec: University of Laval. (SSHRC Funded; Nominated for a University of Ottawa Award)
  4. Cheechoo, Keri-Lynn. (2015-2019). (Re)Stor(y)ing “Canadian” Histories: Reproductive (In)Justice and Indigenous Women. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (SSHRC Funded; Queen’s Indigenous Doctoral Pre-Fellowship Award; Winner of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies Dissertation Award, 2020)
  5. Ausman, Tasha. (2014-2017). Contested Subjectivities: Love, Hating, and Learning Mathematics. (Funded by OGS). Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  6. Forte, Rita. (2011-2017). Understanding Critical Peace Education: A Case Study of a Moroccan School. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.

M.A. Thesis Supervision, University of Ottawa

  1. Gladu, Jessica. (2018-2020). Living A Cosmopolitan Curriculum: Civic Education, Digital Citizenship and Urban Priority Schools. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  2. Lagarde, Natasha. (2015-2017). Indigenous Worldviews: Teachers’ Experience with Native Studies in Ontario. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  3. Kaia’tano:ron, Brant, Kiera. (2015-2017). ‘But How Does This Help Me?’: (Re)Thinking (Re)Conciliation in Teacher Education. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (SSHRC Funded; Winner of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies MA Cynthia Chambers Thesis Award; Nominated for University of Ottawa Prize)
  4. Larock, Chelsea. (2015-2017). On Becoming a Writer: Collected Stories. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (Nominated for the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies MA Cynthia Chambers Thesis Award)
  5. Kom, Brian. (2010-2013). Tuning in to a Hit Parade PedagogyOttawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  6. Ausman, Tasha. (2010-2012). Indian Diasporic Films as Quantum (Third) Spaces: A Curriculum of Cultural Translation. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  7. Gluska, Virginia. (2007-2011). Fiddling with a Culturally Responsive Curriculum. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  8. Cuillerier, Katrine. (2008-2010). Framing Curriculum of Queered Performance(s): Problematizing the Language of “Tolerable” Queerness within Mainstream Classrooms. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa.
  9. Galvin, Katherine. (2007-2009). Environmental Education from a Postcolonial Perspective: Analyzing the influence of UNESCO’s discourse on the Ontario elementary science curriculum. Ottawa, ON: University of Ottawa. (Funded by OGS)

External Ph.D. Examiner

  1. Markramalla, Mona. (2021, March). Women Teaching Women: Perspectives of Caritas Egypt Adult Literacy Educators on Their Work and Literacy. Montreal, Quebec: McGill University.
  2. Needham, Brandon H. W. (2021, February). Critical Action Research: How One School Community Lives Out the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action. Regina, Saskatchewan: University of Saskatchewan.
  3. Lam, M. A. (2021, January). Friendly Manitoba? A Brandon Case Study on Welcoming Newcomers Outside the Big City. Winnipeg, Manitoba: University of Manitoba.
  4. Stevens, S. (2021, January). Collaborating in the Electric Age: [onto]Riffological Experiments in Posthumanizing Education and Theorizing a Machinic Arts-Based Research. Victoria, British Columbia, University of Victoria.
  5. Steyn, S. (2020, December). Currere as Deracialisation: An autobiographical introspection by a White South African teacher in post-apartheid South Africa. Stellenbosch, South Africa: Stellenbosch University.
  6. Downey, Adrian. (2020, August). Political Pedagogies of Death: Speculating New Curricular Futures. Fredericton, New Brunswick: The University of New Brunswick.
  7. Duggal, Abhilasha. (2019, October). Enacting Equity Policy: A Case Study of Teachers’, Vice Principals’ and Principals’ Perspectives in Three High-Poverty Elementary Schools in Ontario, Canada. London, Ontario: Western University.
  8. Despres-Bedward, Antoine. (2019, August). Exploring Online Engineering Education as Sustainable Development: Reconceptualizing Curriculum at Scale. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto.
  9. Abdou, Ehaab Dyaa. (2019, January). How young Egyptians’ interactions with Egypt’s master historical narrative shape their social identities and civic attitudes. Montreal, Quebec: McGill University.
  10. Glover, Noel. (2018, September). Portraits in Development: The Science, Art, and Philosophy of Creating What is Found. Toronto, Ontario: York University.
  11. Sobulis, T. Helena. (2018, July). Longing to Belong: A Phenomenological Inquiry into Reflections of a Cross-Cultural Childhood. Perth, Australian: Curtin University.
  12. Jo-Anni, Joncas. (2018, March). La justice aux études supérieures : l’incidence du contexte d’études sur la réalisation de la carrière scolaire de femmes autochtones universitaires. Québec, Québec: Université Laval.
  13. Chimbganda, Taponeswa. (2017, January). Privileged Space: Psychoanalytic Paradigms for Social Justice in Pedagogy. Toronto, Ontario: York University.
  14. Scott, David. (2016, March). Engaging Aboriginal Perspectives in the Alberta Social Studies Classroom: A Sociocultural Investigation into Conceptual Possibilities and Teacher Beliefs. Calgary, Alberta: University of Calgary.
  15. Arthur, Chris. (2016, February). The Ethics of Entrepreneurship and Financial Literacy Education: A Security and Freedom for the Other. Toronto Ontario: York University.
  16. Ingersoll, Maria. (2014, May). Leaving Home, Teaching Abroad, Coming Home: A Narrative Journal of International Teaching. Kingston, Ontario: Queen’s University.