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Brown, D. (in press). Michael Apple, social theory, critical tran- scendence and the new sociology: An essay. in education, 17(2).

Carlson Berg, L. (2011). La cou- leur des relations sociales. Ca- nadian Issues Thèmes canadiens, Summer Été 2011, 34-39

Lewis, P. (2011). Storytelling as research/Research as storytelling. Qualitative Inquiry, 17(6).

Lewis, P. (2011). Collage journ- aling with pre-service teachers: A readers’ theatre in one ^ act. International Review of Qualitative Research, 4(1).

Lewis, P (2011). Feeling special and feeling lousy. In L. W. Wat- son & C. S. Woods (Eds.), Go where you belong: Male teachers as cultural workers in the lives of children, families and communities. Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Mulholland, V. (2011). A review of A new literacies sampler. in educa- tion, 17(1).

Nolan, K. (in press). Dispositions in the field: Viewing mathematics teacher education through the lens of Bourdieu’s social field theory. Educational Studies in Mathematics.


Pickard, G. (2011). Making sense of post-secondary education— The gravity of it all: Re-orienting post-secondary educational practice and planning to address sustainability. The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, 3(3), 1-8.

Steeves, L., Carr-Stewart, S., Marshall, J. (in press). Aboriginal student educational attainment: A Saskatchewan perspective. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations.

Steeves, L., Carr-Stewart, S., Marshall, J. (in press). Helping kids do better: A holistic approach to research regarding second level services in Yorkton Tribal Council schools. in education, 17(2).

Tupper, J. & Cappello, M. (in press). (Re)Creating citizenship: Saskatchewan high school students’ understandings of the ‘good’ citizen. Journal of Curriculum Studies.

Tupper, J. (in press). Treaty education for ethically engaged citizenship: Settler identities, historical consciousness and the need for reconciliation. Citizenship Teaching and Learning.

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