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Faculty

Adjunct Faculty

Jane Knight, Adjunct Professor

KNightDepartment of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education
janeknight@sympatico.ca

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Internationalization of higher education; national/international education policy analysis; quality assurance; crossborder education; trade agreements; regional comparative studies; globalization.


 Vandra Masemann, Associate Professor

MasemannComparative, International and Development Education Centre
vandra.masemann@utoronto.ca

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Comparative and international education; anthropology of education; critical ethnography; girls' education; Africa.


Mary Drinkwater, Limited Term Lecturer

Mary.drinkwater@utoronto.ca

Mary Drinkwater holds a Ph.D. from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, in Theory and Policy Studies, Educational Leadership.  She has a collaborative specialization in comparative, international, and development education. Mary’s research interests include critical and decolonial theory and praxis in education, arts and cultural praxis, transformative education, critical leadership, educational policy development. Her doctoral research utilized critical-democratic and decolonial theory to explore teachers use of the arts and cultural praxis in schools and communities in Maasailand, Kenya and Ontario, Canada.  Her scholarship has been recognized as a recipient of three Ontario Graduate Scholarships, the Keith Macleod scholarship and the School of Graduate Studies conference and dissertation travel awards.   In addition to her teaching responsibilities at OISE, Mary is currently working with Dr. Steve Anderson and Dr. Carly Manion on an Aga Khan Foundation research project in Kenya and Uganda which is exploring profession learning networks.  Prior to beginning the doctoral program, she completed a Masters in Public Administration from Queen's University. In addition to 29 years of teaching and leadership experience in 5 diverse secondary schools in Ontario, she has also worked with the Ontario Principal's Council helping to develop and implement training workshops for principals and vice-principals in Ontario around equity and social justice.  

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