Dr. Dolana Mogadime

Faculty of Education




Dr. Dolana Mogadime

Associate Professor (PhD)
Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education
Full Advisement: Contact for Availability for Graduate Advisement

Courses Taught

EDUC 7P31: Social, Cultural, and Political Contexts of Education
EDUC 5P00: Introduction to Social and Cultural Contexts of Education: Part I
EDUC 5P01: Introduction to Social and Cultural Contexts of Education: Part II
EDUC 5P17: Theoretical Orientations in Sociology and Equity Studies in Education
EDUC 5P11: Culture, Identity, and Pedagogy: Advancing a Lived Curriculum
EDUC5P25: Gendering Educational Histories
EDUC 5P44: Curriculum Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
EDUC 2P65: Diversity Issues in Schooling

Research Interests

School ethnography; Classroom research in language arts and social studies; Teacher as researcher; Action research and self-study; Critical pedagogy and anti-racist feminist pedagogy; Autobiography and teachers life histories; Social justice and equity studies; Curriculum reform

Graduate Supervisions

 

Completed: 18 MEd, 1 PhD
In progress: 5 MEd, 2 PhD

External Funding

2005-09 SSHRC Standard Research Grant Principal Investigator $131,688

Publications
Selected Chapters in Books

Mogadime, D. & Al-Fartousi, M. (in press). Gaining a foothold in the academy: How do institutions respond to the geopolitical projects of transnational minoritized graduate students and professors? In Malinda Smith (Ed.), Understudy: Equity in the academy (25 years after the Abella Commission). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Mogadime, D. (2012) Using interdisciplinary feminist theory to arrive at an understanding of critical educators who put human rights at the center of school curriculum, In Cornelia Roux (Ed.), Safe Spaces: Human Rights Education in Diverse Contexts (193–206. ). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Al-Fartousi, M. & Mogadime, D. (2012). Media representations of Muslim women wearing the buka: Criticism and Implications. In Richard C. Mitchell and Shannon A. Moore (Eds.) Politics, Participation and Power Relations (pp. 169-181). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense publishers.

Mogadime, D., Ramrattan Smith, S., & Scott, A. (2011). The Problem of Fear Enhancing Inaccuracies of Representation: Muslim Male Youths and Western Media. In Ali Abdi (Ed.) Decolonizing philosophies of education. (p. 113-130). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense publishers.

Mogadime, D. (2010). Autobiography. Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos and Elden Wiebe (Eds.) Encyclopaedia of Case Study Research, (pp.41-43). Sage Press

Mogadime, D. (2004, reprint). A daughter’s praise poem for her mother: Historicizing South African women’s community activism and racial upliftment. In Andrea O’Reilly (Ed.), Outlaw Mothers, (pp. 293-301). Toronto: Women’s Press.

Selected Papers in Refereed Journals

Mogadime, D. (2011) An Ethnography of Two Teachers Antiracist and Critical Multicultural Practices. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 21(1), 33-52

Mogadime, D., PJ (Kobus) Mentz, Armstrong, D. E., & Holtam, B. (2010). Constructing self as leader: Case studies of women who are change agents in South Africa. Urban Education 45(6), 797-821.

Mogadime, D. (2008). Racial differential experiences of employment equity for women teachers: one teacher’s narrative of resistance and struggle. Journal of Black Studies, 39(1) 85-108.

Mogadime, D. & Ramrattan Smith, S. (2007). Including Muslim Teachers' Sensibilities into Wider National and International Discussions About Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(4) 217-230

Mogadime, D. (2005). South African women reclaiming revolutionary storytelling through grandmother’s warrior eyes. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 7(2), 76-86.

Mogadime, D. (2005). Elite media discourses: A case study of the transformation of the administrative judiciary in South Africa. Journal of Black Studies, 35(4), 155-178.

Editor

Saudeli, M. & Mogadime, D. (Eds.), Brock Education Journal, Special Issue on ‘The Impact of Globalization for Adult Education and Higher Education’ Expected date of publication: Spring 2013

Editorial Board Member for, International Society for Educational Biography Journal (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

Association for Research on Mothering (ARM), Guest Editor (2005)

Selected Papers in Refereed Conference Proceedings

Mogadime, D., Ramrattan Smith, S. & Scott, A. (2008). The Problem of Fear Enhancing Inaccuracies of Representation: Muslim Male Youths and Western Media. The International Conference on the Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Media, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Mogadime, D. (2004/2005). Giving meaning to women teachers’ life histories and political commitments in the classroom (dissertation abstract). Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS) eNews. Fall 2004/ Spring 2005, Vol. 6, Nos. 1 & 2, 4-6.

Non Referred Articles

Saudeli, M. & Mogadime, D. (2013). The Impact of Globalization for Adult Education and Higher Education. Brock Education Journal, Special Issue Editorial, 22(2), 1-2.

Saudeli, M., Mogadime, D., & Taber, N. (2013). A Conversation with Sharan Merriam: Globalization and Adult Education. Brock Education Journal, Special Issue, 22(2), 3-10.

Mogadime, D. (2008). Representations of Feminist Mobilizing, Knowledge Production and Knowledge Exchange on a National Scale. In Dolana Mogadime, Ed., CASWE Newsletter, 18 (1), 1&2.

Mogadime, D. (2007). Activism through Feminist Scholarship. In Dolana Mogadime, Ed., CASWE Newsletter, 17, 1&12.

Growe, S. J. (2004). Stories can teach kids where they come from. The Toronto Star, March 29, E Section (E1, E8).

Technical Reports

Mogadime, D. (2007, July) Report on the pilot project: Women across races who have aspired to educational administration in South Africa and Canada: What are the challenges and opportunities? Submitted to the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada (DFAIT) Commonwealth Africa Graduate Students Exchange Program.

Mogadime, D. & Takalo N. (2006, November). Brock University, North West University, Consolidating Target Outcomes: Strategic Plans for the Way Forward. Submitted to Dr. Michael Owen Associate Vice-President Research and International Development & Dr. James Heap, Dean, Faculty of Education.

Mogadime, D. & Mentz, K. (2006, July) North West University, Brock University Faculties of Education Partnership Discussions: Setting Outcomes for the Way Forward. Submitted to Dr. Michael Owen Associate Vice-President Research and International Development & Dr. James Heap, Dean, Faculty of Education.

Mogadime, D. (2006, January) Beginning the Conversation Concerning Research Collaborations between South African Universities and Brock University: Report on the 2005 visit to South African Institutions: North-West University and the University of Pretoria. Submitted to Dr. Michael Owen Associate Vice-President Research and International Development & Dr. James Heap, Dean, Faculty of Education. Funded

Selected Abstracts and/or Papers Read

Mogadime, D. (October 10-12, 2012). Embodying Transformative (Equity based) Teaching Practices: Case Study in an Ontario High School. A Paper presented at, American Institute of Higher Education 8th International American Institute of Higher Education Conference Niagara Falls, New York.

Mogadime, D., Kobayashi, A., Owen, M., Fumia, D. (2011 July 3 – 7, 2011). Alliance building across historically marginalized groups and the transformation of CAUT into an Equity Seeking Organization. Paper to be presented at the Women’s Worlds Conference. Ottawa Convention Centre. Ottawa, Canada.

Mogadime, D. (October 7- 8, 2011). “The Help” as a site for teaching about social justice and human rights in Social Foundations of Education Courses. A Paper presented at, Citizenship Knowledges and Education: CGCER International Citizenship Conference

Mogadime, D. (November 10-13, 2011). Women’s Studies in High School Classrooms in the 21st Century. Panel organized by NWSA Girls' Studies Interest Group and Girls &Their Allies Caucus the National Women’s Studies Association (NWSA) Annual Conference. Atlanta, Georgia.

Johnson, L., Mogadime, D., Armstrong, D., et al. (November 16-20, 2011) Critical Perspectives on Leadership Across the African Diaspora: Implications for Preparation and Practice. University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA) Conference Pittsburg, USA

Al-Fartousi, M., Mogadime, D. (2010, May). Critiquing the Media’s Representation of Muslim Women Wearing Burka. Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference. Montreal Quebec: McGill University

Mogadime, D. (2010, October). African Centered Leadership to Redress Gendered Based Violence in Schools. Gendered Based Violence Workshop for School Leaders, (Mamelodi Principals). Mamelodi Teachers’ Centre, UMnyango WezeMfundo Department of Education

Mogadime, D. & Al-Fartousi, M. (2009, May). Gaining a foothold in the academy: How do institutions respond to the geopolitical projects of transnational minoritized graduate students and professors? A review of the literature. Invited Keynote Panel for the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Carleton University, Ottawa

Mogadime, D. (2009, May). Feminist pedagogy and the high school curriculum. Invited Panel, Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference, Ottawa, Carlton University

Munroe, D. & Mogadime, D. (2009, May). Embodying Feminist Teaching Practices: Case Studies in Ontario High Schools, Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference, Ottawa: Carlton University

Mogadime, D. (2009, March). Alliance Building between the Academy and Feminist Teachers. Gender and Education Association 7th International Conference, Institute of Education, University of London

Mogadime, D. (2008, November). International Perspectives: Critical Perspectives
on Schooling and Leadership in the African Diaspora, University Council for Educational Administration, UCEA Convention. Alexandria Virginia, November

Mogadime, D., Mentz, K., & Armstrong, D. (2008, September). Constructing Self as Leader: Case Studies of Women Who are Change Agents in South Africa, The Commonwealth Council for Educational Administration and Management Conference CCEAM Durban, South Africa

Mogadime, D., Ramrattan Smith, S. & Scott, A. (2008, July). The Problem of Fear Enhancing Inaccuracies of Representation: Muslim Male Youths and Western Media, The International Conference on the Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Media, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Mogadime, D. (2008, June). Doing the hard work of transforming institutions: University youth and teachers organize for the development of women’s studies courses in high schools, Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Skorobohacz, C., & Mogadime, D. (2008, June). Understanding Socially Just and Equitable Approaches Enacted in One Teacher’s Critical Literacy Program, Canadian Society for the Study of Education Annual Conference, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

Mogadime, D., Mentz, K. & Armstrong, D. (2008, March) Women Who Have Aspired to Educational Administration in South Africa: What Are the Challenges and Opportunities? Paper presented at the AERA Annual Meeting, New York, New York

Mogadime, D.,& Ramrattan Smith, S. (2007, July). From South Africa to Canada: a teacher's life stories of transnational crossings, and the development of political literate practices with urban youth in Western nations, The seventh international conference on diversity in organizations, communities, and nations, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mogadime, D. & Ramrattan Smith, S. (2007, July). Including Muslim Teachers' Sensibilities into Wider National and International Discussions About Culturally Responsive Pedagogy, The seventh international conference on diversity in organizations, communities and nations, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mogadime, D., Ramrattan Smith, S., & Scott, A. (2007, May) Engaging in Critical Discourse Analysis: Resisting Distorted Media Representation of Muslim Male Youths. Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

Mogadime, D. (2007, April). Research Methods for Studying Teachers as Transformative Intellectuals in K-12 Schools, American Educational Research Association (AERA), Chicago, Illinois

Mogadime, D. (2006, October). Life History Studies: An African Canadian/Womanist Interpretation. 18th Annual Cheikh Anta Diop International Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Mogadime, D. (2006, May). Understanding Personal and Professional Connections in Women Teachers’ Lives as Enacted Through Commitments to Equity Practices in a Culturally Diverse School, The Canadian Society for the Study of Education CSSE, Toronto, Ontario

Mogadime, D. (2006, April). Sita Ramana a Tamil Teacher’s Trajectory Into Taking up a Critical Subject Position in Teaching, The American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Francisco, California

Mogadime, D. & Payk, T. (2006, April). A Conceptual Analysis of Life History
Methodology: The Importance of Integrated Analysis, The American Educational Research Association (AERA). San Francisco, California

Mogadime, D. (2005, July). Historical, Cultural and Specificity in Feminist Life History Studies: How Have We Learned To Hear Each Others Stories? Or Have We? Keynote Address, Joint PhD Conference, University of Windsor

Mogadime, D. (2005, June). Graduate third world women’s transnational experiences as a context for the production of critical social theory, Multicultural Days Conference, Brock University, St. Catharines

Mogadime, D. (2005, May). The centrality of considering students’ perspectives as an extension of feminist pedagogical practice, The Canadian Society for the Study of Education CSSE. London, Ontario

Mogadime, D. (2004, July). Theorizing on educational ethnographic data using interdisciplinary feminist frameworks. Paper presented at Innovative and Alternative Research in Education a Joint PhD Program Conference, Brock University, St. Catharines

Mogadime, D. (2004, May). Studying teacher life histories and transformative/emancipatory practices. Paper presented at Brock University Graduate Conference ‘Connected Research’, Brock University, St. Catharines

Mogadime, D. (2004, May). The personal, historical and lived experiences shaping women teachers identities. A New Scholar Paper presented at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), University of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Mogadime, D. (2004, April). South African women reclaiming revolutionary storytelling through grandmother’s warrior eyes. Keynote Paper presented at the Association for Research on Mothering Conference (ARM), York University, Toronto, Ontario

Mogadime, D. (2004, April). Dangerous memories, border crossing identity and antiracist practice: the study of one teacher’s life history. Paper presented at the Life History Symposium. University of Toronto

Others

Mogadime, D. (2010, November). The role of intelligentsia in educational social change Prestigious Inaugural Lecture as Extra-Ordinary Associate Professor, North West University, South Africa

Munroe, D. & Mogadime, D. (2009, March). Feminist pedagogy and male teachers: Their experiences in the classroom. Panel presentation, Alliance Building between the Academy and Feminist Teachers Gender and Education Association 7th International Conference, London, England: Institute of Education, University of London

Scott, A. & Mogadime, D. (2009, March). Feminist pedagogy enacted in the Southern Ontarian high school. Panel presentation, Alliance Building between the Academy and Feminist Teachers. Gender and Education Association 7th International Conference, London, England: Institute of Education, University of London

Mogadime, D. (2008, June). Autobiographical Writing Workshop: Immigrant Women Teachers Life Stories. Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO)

Mogadime, D. (2007, August). Research methods and a Preliminary Discussion of Research Results: Women Who Have Aspired to Educational Leadership in South Africa. Presentation at North West University, Faculty of Education Sciences

Mogadime, D. (2006, February). The transformation of higher education in South Africa: Possibilities and Challenges. The Africa day symposium, Brock University

Mogadime, D. & Owen, M. (2005, December). Establishing collaboration in research:
Brock University and South African Faculties of Education. North-West University. Presented on three occasions to the following campuses: Potchestroom, Campus; Vaal Triangle Campus; Mafikeng Campus

Mogadime, D. (2005, April). Integrating feminist life history methods into a study of critical educators. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) AERA Pre-Conference theme: Curriculum Studies in Canada, Montreal, Quebec

Mogadime, D. (2005, March). The importance of historical memory for the development of critical consciousness. Presentation for the Harassment Prevention Centre (Antiracist Awareness week), Brock University

Mogadime, D. (2004, September). Elite media discourses employment equity and the transformation of the administration judiciary: A case study of the appointment of the then deputy vice-president judge Vuka E. M. Tshabalala. Still Not Equal: Expanding Opportunity in Global Societies, Fredrick D. Patterson Research Conference, Washington, DC.

 

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Dr. Dolana Mogadime
Faculty of Education

Brock University
St. Catharines, On.

Office: WH 370
T: 905 688 5550 x3733
E: dolana.mogadime@brocku.ca

Events

MEd Thesis Defence - Punita Lumb
August 27, 2014 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
MEd Thesis Defence - Charlotte Mikolajewski
August 29, 2014 - 10:00am - 12:00pm