2 years ago

Debbie Sonu: Receives Grant, Publishes Book Chapter and Journal Publication

Debbie Sonu (Curriculum and Teaching) recently published an article on the rationalization of post-truth in Canadian Social Studies, a co-authored piece on childhood memories of belonging and exclusion in Race Ethnicity and Education, as well as a book chapter on the hidden curriculum in financial literacy. She is currently working on a $60,734 SSHRC Insight Development Grant on teacher conceptualizations of childhood with three Canadian scholars and this year, closed out two grants: the Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research (co-PI with Terrie Epstein) which supported youth activism and the Undergraduate Research Initiative which trained four undergraduates in qualitative research. This year, she was selected as a Mid-Career FFPP Fellow.