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Curriculum, Teaching  & Learning
Rose Fine-Meyer


Rose Fine-Meyer

phone: 416-978-0074
email: rose.fine.meyer@utoronto.ca  

Department: Curriculum, Teaching and Learning



Research Overview

Her research explores relationships between provincially sanctioned history curricula, textbook narratives, pedagogical practices, and Canadian women's history.
Recent publications include: "Women's votes would speak for those who had given their lives:" Suffrage narratives in Ontario history textbooks 1920-1970, Education Review (University of Ottawa, Fall 2019); "In the 'Spirit of Courage and Sacrifice': Shaping Collective Memories in School History Textbooks in Ontario, Canada (1921- 2001)" in E.R Vera and E. FuchsEds., Textbooks and War: Historical and Multinational Perspectives (Palgrave, 2018); "Women Rarely Worthy of Study: A History of Curriculum Reform in Ontario Education," Historical Studies in Education (Spring, 2018, with Kristina Llewelyn); "Gaining Nationhood: A Comparative Analysis of Images Found in Ontario and Quebec History Textbooks, 1920 to 1948," Historical Studies in Education (Fall, 2017, with Catherine Duquette); "Feminist Reformers: Creating Pedagogical Change to Curriculum in Toronto Schools through Inclusive Content" in J. Wallace (Ed.), Discourses of Teaching: Speaking up! (McGill- Queen's Press, 2018).

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