Commemoration Controversies Podcasts
A University of Calgary award-winning undergraduate student, Jessica Gobran, conducted a series of interviews with scholars from across Canada on how teachers should understand and take up controversies around commemorations. Contributors include Lindsay Gibson along with Dwayne Donald, Ehaab Abdou, among others. Throughout the podcast Jessica reflects on how her own Egyptian Coptic identity intersects with themes brought forth in the interviews including the role of historical consciousness, myth, and the teacher’s desire for neutrality in these debates. Jessica was supervised by Thinking Historically co-investigator Dr. David Scott.
- Contested Commemorations with Jessica Gobran — A Dialogue 1
- Contested Commemorations with Jessica Gobran — A Dialogue 2
Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook is a Professor of Curriculum Studies within the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa. During these Fooknconversations, he invites listeners to delve deeper into the lives of different public intellectuals, writers, artists, community activists, politicians, school administrators, and teachers. Dr. Ng-A-Fook is collaborating with VoicED Radio to host and incorporate the podcasts in to his online coursework at the University of Ottawa.
- Conversation with Dr. Keri Cheechoo, University of Ottawa
- Conversation with Dr. Timothy Stanley,University of Ottawa
- Conversation with Dr. Theodore Christou, Queens University
- Conversation with Dr. Jennifer Tupper, University of Alberta
- Conversation with Dr. Cathryn van Kessel, University of Alberta
- Conversation with Dr. Lindsay Gibson, University of British Columbia
VoicEd Radio: On Education with Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook
Weekly conversations about all things education with University of Ottawa’s Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook.
- A new Alberta curriculum – Part 1, with Drs. Carla Peck and Jennifer Tupper
- On Historical Thinking During a Pandemic with Drs. Lindsay Gibson and Catherine Duquette
- Listening stances, storying and (re)-storying, with contributors to Nicholas Ng-A-Fook & Kristina Llewellyn’s book, Oral history, education and justice: Possibilities and limitations for redress and reconciliation (Routledge, 2019).
- Oral History, Education and Justice ft. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Guests