Central to my educational philosophy is the belief that students are partners in the process of knowledge creation. To support this philosophy, I practice a feminist, anti-oppression pedagogy which prioritizes the democratic creation of knowledge and holds students responsible for their role in a collective and iterative process of investigation, critique, and action.

            Courses taught: GGR111: Introduction to Human Geography

                                    GGR202: Geographies of Canada

                                    GGR208: Population Geography

                                    GGR277: Social Research Methods

                                    GGR313: Gender and the City

                                    GGR385: Geographies of Indigenous Identity and Well-Being

                                    GGr426: Geographies of Human Rights

Teaching Resources:
            Geographic Perspectives on Women (GPOW) Specialty Group of the AAG: http://gpow.org/