A Book Review of: Etmanski, Hall, & Dawson. (Eds.). (2014). Learning and Teaching Community Based Research: Linking Pedagogy to Practice. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Another young Indigenous woman was recently murdered in Manitoba. Did you hear about it? As I search for the news article on her death, my heart starts to sink as I endlessly scroll through the newspaper archives to access it. […]
This post is co-authored by Hans Skott-Myhre, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, and Kathleen S. G. Skott-Myhre. It is an adapted text from the introduction to the new book Youth Work, Early Education, and Psychology: Liminal Encounters that has recently been published by […]
In the Canadian context of settler colonialism, neoliberal capitalism, and environmental degradation, many in CYC have hurried to act alongside children, youth, families, and communities, uniting politics and relational work. While contemporary theorists and practitioners build on longstanding CYC traditions […]
I recently saw a photograph my friend took of his young son standing on the steps of the residential school his mother (the boy’s grandmother) had attended before the building was demolished. In the picture, the little boy is proudly […]
…there is a paucity of critical analysis. We are too often mired in the micro and caught in an existential aesthetic, which finds us more “being there” and enjoying the poetry of relational moves. Rick Kelly, CYC-NET, September 1, 2015. […]