Decrease font size Reset font size Increase font size


List of recent SJE faculty and student publications

Book Cover


Affective Politics of Digital Media (2020) Black Racialization and Resistance at an Elite University (2020) Israel, Palestine and the Politics of Race (2020) From My Mother's Back (2020) Men, Masculinity and the Indian Act (2020) Cartographies of Blackness & Black Indigeneities (2020)


Confronting Educational Policy in Neoliberal Times (2019) Decolonizing the Spirit in Education and Beyond (2019) Gender, Democracy and Institutional Development in Africa Transversing And Translocating Spiritualities Epistemological and Pedagogical Conversations (2019)


  • Tanya Titchkosky. “Chapter One: Disability Imaginaries in the News,” in K. Ellis et al. (Eds.), Companion to Disability and Media. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Stephanie Chitpin & John P. Portelli (Eds.). Confronting Educational Policy in Neoliberal Times: International Perspectives. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lauren Bialystok. “Ontario Health and Physical Education Teachers’ Views of the Aims of Sexuality Education.” Canadian Journal of Education 42.1: 1-41.
  • Njoki N. Wane, Miglena Todorova & Kimberly L. Todd (Eds.). Decolonizing Spirituality in Education and Beyond. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • rosalind hampton & Michelle Hartman. "Whose values; who’s valued? Race and racialization in Québec". Journal of Critical Race Inquiry 6(1): 1-31.
  • rosalind hampton. By all appearances: Thoughts on colonialism, visuality and racial neoliberalism. D. DaCosta & A. DaCosta (Eds.), Special issue: Crucibles of creativity: Reimagining relations under multiple colonialisms. Cultural Studies 33(3): 370-390.
  • Lauren Bialystok, Trevor Norris & Laura Elizabeth Pinto. “Teaching and Learning Philosophy in Ontario High Schools.” Journal of Curriculum Studies, 51.5: 678-697.
  • Lauren Bialystok & Kingwell, M. “The Fragility of Fairness: Rethinking the Ethics of the Women’s Category in Sports.” In T. Hurka (Ed.). Games, Sports, and Play. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 155-175.
  • Njoki N. Wane, Rose Ann Torres & Dionisio Nyaga (Eds.). Transversing and Translocating Spiritualities: Epistemological and Pedagogical Conversations. Toronto, ON: Nsemia. 
  • Njoki N. Wane. Gender, Democracy and Institutional Development in Africa. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • John P. Portelli. Everyday Encounters: Short Stories.


  • Lauren Bialystok. “My Child, My Choice?  Mandatory Curriculum, Sex, and the Conscience of Parents.” Educational Theory 68.1: 11-29.
  • Lauren Bialystok and Polina Kukar. “Authenticity and Empathy in Education.” Theory and Research in Education 16.1: 23-39.
  • Diane Farmer (éd) (en préparation). L'expérience scolaire de jeunes francophones à l'ère des grandes migrations : une perspective canadienne.
  • Vannina Sztainbok and &. Marcías. “Making terror intelligible: The scene of interrogation in writings from the Southern Cone.” Canadian Journal for Women and the Law, Special Issue: A tribute to the scholarship of Sherene Razack.
  • Miglena Todorova, Njoki Wane, Jacqueline Benn-John & Tanya De Mello (Eds.). 2018. Canadian Woman Studies Special Edition: Sexual and Gender Violence in Education, Volume 32, Numbers1,2.
  • Miglena Todorova. "Studying Sexual and Gendered Violence in Education: Local/Vetical, Global/Horizontal and Power-based Frames." Canadian Woman Studies, 32(1/2), 6-19.
  • Miglena Todorova. "Race and Women of Color in Socialist/Postsocialist Transnational Feminisms."  Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism Journal, 16(1), 114- 141.
  • Miglena Todorova. "Foreign Investment Inflows to Former Socialist Countries in the Balknas: Mapping Global Capitalism." Interventions, International Journal of Postcolonial Studies.
  • Smith, L. T., Eve Tuck & Yang, K. W. (Eds.). Indigenous and Decoloizing Studies in Education: Mapping the Long View. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Eve Tuck & Yang, K. W. (Eds). Toward What Justice? Describing Diverse Dreams in Education. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Njoki Nathani Wane & Kimberly Todd. (Eds.). Decolonial Pegadogies: Examining Sites of Resistance, Resurgence, and Renewal. Palgrave MacMillan




  • Lauren Bialystok and Jessica Wright. “’Just Say No’: Public Dissent over Sexuality Education and the Canadian National Imaginary.” Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 40.4: 343-357.
  • Lauren Bialystok. “Philosophy across the Curriculum and the Question of Teacher Capacity.” Journal of Philosophy of Education 51.4: 827-836. 
  • Lauren Bialystok. “Authenticity in Education.” The Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education.  Ed. George Noblit. Oxford University Press. Doi:
  • Lauren Bialystok. “Different and Unequal:  Rethinking Justice in Intimate Relationships.” Desire, Love, and Identity: A Textbook for the Philosophy of Sex and Love. Ed. Gary Foster. Toronto, ON: Oxford University Press Canada, 286-295.
  • rosalind hampton and DeMartini, A. (2017). We cannot call back colonial stories: Storytelling and critical land literacy. Canadian Journal of Education 40(3), 245-271.
  • rosalind hampton and Hartman, M. (2017). Towards language and resistance: A breaking manifesto. In L. Stone and J. Bahbak Mohaghegh (Eds.) Manifestos for world thought (pp. 115-128). London: Rowman and Littlefield International
  • Tanya Titchkosky and Rod Michalko. “The Body as a Problem of Individuality: A Phenomenological Disability Studies Approach” in Jos Boys (Ed.), Disability, Space, Architecture: A Reader. New York: Routledge. 67-77.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “‘One in Five’: The Prevalence Problematic in Mental Illness Discourse,” with Katie Aubrecht, Critical Inquiries into Social Justice in Mental Health, Marina Morrow and Lorraine Halinka Malcoe (Eds.). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “WHO’s MIND, Whose Future? Mental Health Projects as Colonial Logics,” with Katie Aubrecht. Disability and (Post)Colonial Identities. (Eds.) Shaun Grech and Karen Soldatic. London: Routledge.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “Life with Dead Metaphors: Impairment Rhetoric in Social Justice Praxis,” in Lennard Davis, (Ed.), The Disability Studies Reader 5th Edition. New York: Routledge.
  • Deanna Del Vecchio, Toomey, N., & Eve Tuck. Placing Photovoice: Participatory Action Research with Undocumented Migrant Youth in the Hudson Valley. Critical Questions in Education 8(4), 358-376.





  • Lauren Bialystok. “Transgender Inclusion in Single-Sex Competition:  The Case of Beauty Pageants.” Social Theory and Practice 42.3: 605-635.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “Conclusion: The Politics of Embracing Disability Metaphor,” in eds. Christine Kelley and Michael Orsini, Mobilizing Metaphor: Disability, Art and Politics in Canada. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 309-320.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “To Pee or not to Pee,” in “Global Meets Local, Local Meets Global”, Rethinking disAbility: World Perspectives in Culture and Society edited by Patrick Devlieger, Steven Brown, Beatriz Miranda-Galarza and Megan Strickfaden. Leuven, Belgium: Garant Publishing.
  • Miglena Todorova. "Co-created Learning: Decolonizing Journalism Education in Canada." Canadian Journal of Communication, 41(4), 673- 692.
  • McCoy, K., Eve Tuck. & McKenzie, M. (Eds.) Land Education: Rethinking pedagogies of place from Indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Guess. A., Smith, M. & Eve Tuck. Reaching to offer, reaching to accept: Collaboration and cotheorizing. American Quarterly 68 (2), 409-412.
  • Morrill, A., Eve Tuck and the Super Futures Haunt Qollective (Ree, C. & Jung, S.). (2016). Beyond dispossession, or surviving it. Liminalities 12 (1), 1-20.
  • Eve Tuck & Gorlewski, J. Racist ordering, settler colonialism, and edTPA: A participatory policy analysis. Educational Policy, 30(1), 197-217.




  • Lauren Bialystok. “Should Teachers Be Authentic?” Ethics and Education, 10.3: 313-326.
  • Megan Boler. “Affect and Emotion in Digital and Neo-Liberal Spaces,” PMLA Journal of the Modern Language Association (volume 130, number 5).
  • Megan Boler and J. Phillips, “Repurposing corporate-owned tools for radical change: entanglements with social media,” Fibreculture Journal Special Issue 24: Entanglements- activism and technology. Eds. Pip Shea, Jean Burgess, and Tanya Notley.
  • Tanya Titchkosky. “Normal,” Keywords in Disability, Benjamin Riess, Rachel Adams, and David Serlin (Eds.). New York: New York University Press.  130-133.
  • Miglena Todorova. "Dusty but Mighty: Using Radio in the Critical Media Literacy Classroom." Journal of Media Literacy Education, 6(3), 45- 56.
  • Eve Tuck & McKenzie, M. Place in Research: Theory, methodology, and methods.  New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Eve Tuck & McKenzie, M. Relational validity and the ‘where’ of inquiry: Place and land in qualitative research. Qualitative Inquiry