Canadian Social Studies is an indexed, refereed journal published quarterly on-line at the University of Alberta. It is a journal of comment and criticism on social education and publishes articles on curricular issues relating to history, geography, social sciences, and social studies.
Dr. Kent den Heyer
Cathryn van Kessel
Current Issue: Volume 48, Number 2
Introduction to the Retrospective Issue
Cathryn van Kessel and David Scott
Unmentionable Things in Social Studies: Women’s Issues?
Two Terms You Can (and Should) Use in the Classroom: Cultural Homogenization and Eurocentrism
Teaching After 9/11
We Interrupt This Moment: Education and the Teaching of History
Unsettling Our Narrative Encounters Within and Outside of Canadian Social Studies
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook and Robin Milne
Book Review: Tarrow, S. (2015). War, States, and Contention: A Comparative Historical Study
Volume 48, Number 1