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Conferences and Presentations

Academic

Cutrara, Samantha. (May 2017). Canadian Youth as Transnational Youth. Roundtable paper presented at the Canadian Sociological Association annual conference. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario. (Presentation Audio File - 16 minutes)

---. (May 2017). Metanarratives of Confederation: The lessons of “big history” as told through contemporary children’s books. Paper presented at the annual Canadian History Association conference. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario. (Presentation PowerPoint and Audio File - 19 minutes)

---. (May 2017). Teaching Canadian History to the Others in the Room. Roundtable paper presented at the annual Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario. (Presentation Audio File - 10 minutes)

---. (May 2017). Curricular Roles: Neoliberal interactions in/of education. Paper presented at the annual Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. Ryerson University. Toronto, Ontario. (Presentation Audio File - 16 minutes)

---. (February 2017). Resistance as Negotiation: New perspectives on misbehaviour in the national history classroom. Paper presented at the 8th Biennial Provoking Curriculum conference. McGill University, Montreal, Canada. (Presentation Audio File - 23 minutes)

---. (October 2016). Young People’s Desires for Connection and Complexity in Teaching and Learning Canadian History: Thoughts on the “drag and drop approach” to Black Canadian History. Paper presented at the Canadian History of Education Association, 19th Biennial Conference. Waterloo, Ontario. (Presentation PowerPoint and Audio File - 17 minutes)

---. (October 2016). Emotion, Commemoration, and Feeling That You Are Part of the Nation: The importance of acknowledging self and culture when teaching, learning, and celebrating national history. Paper presented at the Canadian History of Education Association, 19th Biennial Conference. Waterloo, Ontario. (Presentation PowerPoint and Audio File - 24 minutes)

---. (May 2016). ‘Imagining a New ‘We’: Students’ complex connections when learning Canadian history. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta. (Presentation PowerPoint & Audio File - 19 minutes)

---. (May 2016). Poststructural Interruptions: Using women’s stories to challenging national narratives in classroom communities. Paper presented at the Women’s and Gender Studies Et Recherches Féministes association annual conference. University of Calgary. Calgary, Alberta. (Presentation PowerPoint & Audio File - 22 minutes)

---. (May 2012). ‘And then we spoke our voice and it did change’: The importance of listening to students in teaching and learning Canadian history. Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. Wilfrid Laurier University. Waterloo, Ontario.

---. (May 2012). Ethical Responsibility in Curricular Encounters: The dilemmas of teaching history in a transnational world; A focus on Canada. Paper presented the annual American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies conference, University of British Columbia. Vancouver, British Columbia.

---. (November 2011). The Language of the Nation: How poststructuralism can influence history education. Paper presented at annual Social Science History Association conference. Boston, Massachusetts.

---. (May 2011). Who Knows Best? Exploring Design-Based Research Methodology for Classroom Research. Paper presented at annual Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. University of New Brunswick. Fredericton, New Brunswick.

---. (May 2010). ‘I kinda thought about it, but I didn’t know if I should mention it’: The implications of Critical Race Theory for history education. Roundtable paper presented at annual Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. Concordia University. Montreal, Quebec.

---. (May 2009). Transformative History: The possibilities of Historic Space. Paper presented at annual Canadian Society for the Study in Education conference. Carleton University. Ottawa, Ontario.

---. (May 2009). To Placate or Provoke? A critical review of the disciplines approach to history education. Paper presented at the 4th Biennial Provoking Curriculum Studies Conference. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, Ontario.

---. (May 2007). Deconstructing Concepts: The transformative possibilities of history education. Paper presented at the Citizenship, Identity, and Social Justice Conference, the Centre for Studies in Social Justice, University of Windsor. Windsor, Ontario.

Professional

Cutrara, Samantha. (March 2016). Using Primary Sources as a Form of Social Justice: The role of archives, museums, and community collections in visualizing different pasts and imagining different futures. Webinar for Canada’s History.

---. (November 2014). Sadie Before and During WWI: Archives of Ontario’s Educational Resources. Workshop held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Toronto, Ontario.

---. (May 2014). More Than Just War Records: Love, Lives, and Remembrance at the Archives of Ontario. Paper presented at the Teachers’ Day of the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women. Toronto, Ontario.

---. (November 2013). Informative, Interesting, and Interactive: World War I at the Archives of Ontario. Paper presented at the Ontario Museums Association annual conference. Markham, Ontario.

---. (November 2013). Archives of Ontario: Inspiration, resources, plans. Everything you need to teach history. Workshop held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

---. (May 2013). Digitized Online Educational Resources: Pitfalls and Possibilities. Presentation at the Archives Association of Ontario conference. Ottawa, Ontario.

---. (October 2012). The Thrill of Discovery: How the Archives of Ontario can support your history teaching. Workshop held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario.

---. (November 2011). Building Engagement, Making Connections: Strategies for encouraging meaningful learning in Grade 10 history. Workshop held at the Ontario History and Social Studies Teachers Association (OHASSTA) annual conference. Toronto, Ontario.


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