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Kristina Llewellyn


Kristina Llewellyn

History of education, history education, and public history Kristina Llewellyn is Associate Professor of Social Development Studies and an Associate Member in the Department of History at the University of Waterloo. Her areas of expertise include the history of education and history education. She is the author or co-author of Democracy’s Angels: The Work of Women Teachers (MQUP, …

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Jason Ellis

K-12 educational policy present and past As a historian appointed in a faculty of education, Jason Ellis researches and teaches about the historical origins of schooling and education. His new book A Class by Themselves: The Origins of Special Education in Toronto and Beyond (University of Toronto Press, 2019), brings special education’s curious past to bear on …

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Matthew Hayday

Politics, language policy, commemoration, education Matthew Hayday is a political historian who studies bilingualism and language policies, Canada Day and Dominion Day celebrations, nationalism and identity politics, as well as federalism and intergovernmental relations. He has published extensively on the history of official languages and bilingualism in Canada, including the history of French immersion in …

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