Publication Video Series

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Episode 6: BC School Trustees' & Information Seeking

This episode spotlights Dr. Dan Laitsch and his publication (with Dr. Christine Younghusband) "British Columbia School Trustees' Use of Research and Information Seeking in Decision Making," which examines the information seeking activities of British Columbia (BC) school trustees in an effort to understand the transmission of research.

Episode 5: What is Social Justice?

This episode spotlights Drs. Erin Thrift and Jeff Sugarman and their publication "What Is Social Justice? Implications for Psychology". Given widespread interest and commitment among psychologists to promote social justice, their article takes up the question “What is social justice?” and critically examines the efforts of psychologists in its pursuit.

Episode 4: Cyberbullying in university communities

This episode spotlights Dr. Wanda Cassidy and her publication Cyberbullying at University in International Contexts, which investigates cyberbullying at the post-secondary level and explores the role that educators can play in fostering more caring and respectful online communities.

Episode 3: Embodied Inquiry: Writing, Living and Being Through the Body

The third episode focuses on Dr. Celeste Snowber and her book Embodied Inquiry: Writing, Living and Being Through the Body, inspired by two decades of teaching and writing on embodied ways of inquiry in the academy.

Episode 2: Disrupting Boundaries in Education and Research

The second episode spotlights Disrupting Boundaries in Education and Research and the unique collaboration between six members of the Faculty, including: Drs. Suzanne Smythe, Cher Hill, Margaret MacDonald, Diane Dagenais, Nathalie Sinclair and Kelleen Toohey

Episode 1: Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility After the Holocaust

The first episode spotlights Dr. Roger Frie and his publication, Not in My Family: German Memory and Responsibility After the Holocaust, which has received the 2017 Canadian Jewish Literary Award, 2018 Western Canada Jewish Book Award, and shortlisted for the 2018 Vine Awards for Canadian Jewish Literature in the History Category.