For travelers aboard the Titan, high-stakes travel was elective; submersible tourism was billed as a ‘thrilling and unique travel experience’ on the company’s website. ‘High-cost, high-risk’ travel for migrants is, by contrast, more fraught. The world has been captivated this week by a search for the Titan, a missing submersible carrying five passengers. Rescue crews […]
A number of our faculty members and graduate student will be giving presentations at CSSE 2023 taking place at York University May 27 to June 2, 2023.
Bachelor of Arts (BA) Educational Studies students on the required practicum capstone course joined forces with the UNESCO Chair in Reorienting Education towards Sustainability to create educational videos covering current global education themes.
Making the Shift (MtS), a youth homelessness social innovation lab co-led by the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness at York University, will host a virtual discussion on “Using Data and Evidence to End Homelessness: Drawing lessons from the United Kingdom” on Nov. 17 at 11 a.m.
Recently there has been a resurgence of movements across North America resisting anti-racist reforms such as the use of critical race...
Naomi Norquay, a senior scholar at York University, and Rachel Lobo of the University of Toronto set out to work on uncovering the narratives of the people buried at the Greenwood Cemetery’s indigent plot in 2020 before the pandemic.
Carl E. James, the Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community and Diaspora in the Faculty of Education at York University, and Vidya Shah, a professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, are referenced in a discussion on the misunderstanding and fear of critical race theory and the need for voters to pay close attention to local trustee races as they affect systems of education.
New seconded faculty members Jafar Alberuni Hussain and Mandisa Bromfield discuss how they plan to collaborate and co-teach for the benefit of their teacher candidates at Glendon College this academic year.
Professor Celia Haig-Brown shares her collaborators’ stories of their experiences of residential schools and reconciliation...