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A Symposium in honour of Roger Simon
Apres Vous: Ethics, Pedagogy, Memory & Justice
Apres Vous: Ethics, Pedagogy, Memory & Justice
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at home in the woods -Roger's cabin laneRoger's Biography

Just some of the story...

Roger I. Simon is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Sociology and Equity Studies at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. Simon has published broadly on critical approaches to culture and education. His research over the last twenty years has addressed questions of the pedagogical and ethical dimensions of practices of cultural memory particularly as this applies to the remembrance of mass systemic violence. Simon's work on practices of remembrance and the development of historical consciousness is part of his continuing writing and research devoted to exploring the intersections of social and political theory, cultural practice, and pedagogy.

For a more complete listing of Roger's works and academic accomplishments please click here for his CV.

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