I am an Assistant Professor at Queen's University in the Faculty of Education. My research concerns the history and philosophy of education.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Humanities Subjects in Ontario Teacher Education: The Foundations Metaphor and Reflective Practice

This essay considers what is at stake when humanities courses, the said ‘foundations’ of education, are pushed to the peripheries of teacher education programs.

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Being Practically Wise: Philosophy of Education and the Mediation of Divergent Philosophies

Philosophy of education, it shall be argued, is a disposition to the world concerned with the relationship between teaching, learning, and our humanity.

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In Spite of Postmodernism: Exploring History as a Discipline to Cultivate Historical Thinking in Teacher Education

Despite postmodernist critiques of the discipline, history maintains its promise as a means for teachers and students to explore humanity and humanism.

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