Canadian Social Studies is an indexed, refereed journal published quarterly on-line at the University of Alberta. It is a journal of comment and criticism on social education and publishes articles on curricular issues relating to history, geography, social sciences, and social studies.

Editor-in-Chief:
Dr. Kent den Heyer

Associate Editors
David Scott
Cathryn van Kessel

Assistant Editor
Lindsay Herriot

Current Issue: Volume 48, Number 2

Introduction to the Retrospective Issue
Cathryn van Kessel and David Scott

Unmentionable Things in Social Studies: Women’s Issues?
J-C Couture

Two Terms You Can (and Should) Use in the Classroom: Cultural Homogenization and Eurocentrism
George Richardson

Teaching After 9/11
Robert Gardner

We Interrupt This Moment: Education and the Teaching of History
Jennifer Tupper

Unsettling Our Narrative Encounters Within and Outside of Canadian Social Studies
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Robin Milne

Book Review: Tarrow, S. (2015). War, States, and Contention: A Comparative Historical Study
Sabah Mushtaq

Previous Issue
Volume 48, Number 1