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.

Dr. Kent den Heyer

Editorial Assistants:
Lindsay Herriot
David Scott

Current Issue: Volume 47, Number 2

Picture of Roger I. Simon: Photo courtesy of Wendy Simon
Photo courtesy of Wendy Simon

Editor’s Introduction: Roger I. Simon
Kent den Heyer

Remembering Roger I. Simon: A Pedagogy of Public Possibility
Lisa Farley & Aparna Mishra Tarc

Grains of Truth: A Rumination and Poem for Roger Simon
Carl Leggo

Learning from Roger Simon: The work of Pedagogy in the Social Studies Curriculum

Aparna Mishra Tarc

The Transitional Space of History: Reflections on the Play of Roger Simon’s Remembrance Pedagogy
Lisa Farley

Bomb Me: trans/acting subject into object, an installation for R.I. Simon and Angela Failler
Renée Sarojini Saklikar

Unsettling our Narrative Encounters within and outside of Canadian Social Studies
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook & Robin Milne

Inheritance as Intimate, Implicated Publics: Building Practices of Remembrance with Future Teachers in Response to Residential School Survivor Testimonial Media and Literature
Lisa Taylor

Remembering in a Context of Forgetting: Hauntings and the Old Durham Road Black Pioneer Settlement
Naomi Norquay

Poetry of Roger Simon
Judith Robertson, Ermeritus

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