"Writing Black Canadian Women's History: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going" in Reading Canadian Women's and Gender History
Funkè Aladejebi is an assistant professor in the Department of History at the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on twentieth century oral history, Black Canadian women’s history, the history of Canadian education and transnationalism.
Other publications from this author include:
- Schooling the System: A History of Black Women Teachers (2021)
- Send Little Outbursts across the School: Black Women Teachers and Micro-Resistive Strategies in Ontario Schools, 1960s – 1980s in Education Matters, 3(1) (2016)
- We Got Our Quota: Black Female Educators and Resistive Pedagogies, 1960s-1980s in Ontario History, 107 (1) (2015)
- "I didn't want to be anything special. I just wanted to teach school": A Case Study of Black Female Educators in Colchester, Ontario, 1960 in Southern Journal of Canadian Studies, 5 (1-2) (2012)
- UNSETTLING THE GREAT WHITE NORTH: BLACK CANADIAN HISTORY ()