Roger Saul                                          Roger Saul                  

Area: Educational Foundations                                                                   
Phone: 506-443-3903

Education Summary:

 PhD, MEd, BEd: York University (2011)
 BA: McGill University (2000)

Key Areas of Interest/Expertise:

Foundations of education, cultural studies, critical studies, socio-cultural influences on teaching and learning, discourses of adolescence


 ED 5070 Cultural Contexts of Education
 ED 6315 Dismantling Educational Discourses
 ED 5074 History and Philosophy of Education
 ED 6043 History and Philosophy of Educational Ideas
 ED 6101 Curriculum Development
 ED 6911 Doctoral Seminar


Saul, R. (2017).  When Critical Stances Become Scripted:  Impediments to Resonant Dialogue in the Education Classroom.  Power and Education 9(3), 202-209.

Saul, R. (2017). Education and the Mediated Subject. What Today’s Teachers Need Most from Researchers of Youth and Media. In D. Lemish, A. Jordan, V. Rideout (Eds.), Children, Adolescents, and Media: The Future of Research and Action (151-158). New York: Routledge. (Reissued)

 Saul, R. (2017). Competition, Scarcity, and Silos: Graduate Student Antagonisms and the Consolations of Community. Antistasis 7(1), 189-213.

 Saul, R. (2016). Teaching Duquan Weems: Fallacies of the Hero-Teacher Construct as Seen in The Wire. In M. Readman (Ed.), Teaching and Learning on Screen: Mediated Pedagogies (pp. 11-25). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

 Saul, R. (2016). Adolescence and ClockTime: Two Modern Concepts Intertwined, Revisited, Reconsidered. Global Studies of Childhood 6(2), 234-245.

 Saul, R. (2016). Education and the Mediated Subject: What Today’s Teachers Need Most from Researchers of Youth and Media. Journal of Children and Media 10(2), 156-163.

 Saul, R. (2015). What is the Influence of Teacher-Student Relationships on Learning. Canadian Education Association. relationships.pdf.

 Saul, R. (2015). War Games: School Sports and the Making of Militarized Masculinities. In N. Taber (Ed.), Gendered Militarism in Canada: Learning Conformity and Resistance (pp. 209-227). Edmonton: The University of Alberta Press.

 Mulcahy, D.E., Mulcahy, D.G., & Saul, R. (Eds.). (2014). Education in North America. New York: Bloomsbury.

 Mulcahy, D.E., Mulcahy, D.G., & Saul, R. (2014). Introduction and Regional Overview. In D.E. Mulcahy, D.G. Mulcahy & R. Saul (Eds.), Education in North America (pp. 1-20). New York: Bloomsbury.

 Saul, R. & Nichols, N. (2014). Canadian Teacher Training Reconsidered: Community-Based Education as a Response to Changing Times. In D.E. Mulcahy, D.G. Mulcahy & R. Saul (Eds.), Education in North America (pp. 95-115). New York: Bloomsbury.

 Saul, R. (2014). Adolescence and the Narrative Complexities of Online Life: On the Making and Unmaking of YouTube’s AnonyGirl1. Digital Culture and Education 6(2), 66-81.

 Saul, R. (2014). Educational Values in Conversation: An Essay on Teaching and Learning with Chinese Graduate Students in Canada. Professing Education, 9(2), 27-33.

 Saul, R. (2012). The YouTube Selves of Mememolly. The International Journal of Learning and Media 4(1), The MIT Press, 9-24.

 Saul, R. (2010).  The Survival of Biology: ‘Lessons’ on Race from the Oprah Winfrey Show. The Journal of Popular Culture 43(6), 1282-1301.

 Saul, R. (2010). Kevjumba and the Adolescence of YouTube. Educational Studies, 46(5), 457-477.

 James, C.E. & Saul, R. (2007). Urban Schooling in Suburban Contexts: Exploring the Immigrant Factor in Urban Education. In W.T. Pink & G.W. Noblit (Eds.), The International Handbook of Urban Education (pp. 841-858). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.

 Taylor, L., James, C.E. & Saul, R. (2007). Who Belongs: Exploring Race and Racialization in Canada. In G.F. Johnson & R. Enomoto (Eds.), Conversations on the Edge: Race, Racialization and Anti-Racism (pp. 151-178). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

 Saul, R. & James, C.E. (2006). Framing Possibilities: Representations of Black Student Athletes in Toronto Media. Canadian and International Education Journal 35(1), 63-79.

 Saul, R. (2006). How Black Male Student Athletes Get Stereotyped in Canada’s Schools. Our schools, our selves 15(2), 91-110.

 Saul, R. (2005). Multiculturalism: A Discourse of Contradictions. In C.E. James, (Ed.), Possibilities and Limitations: Multicultural Policies and Programmes in Canada (pp. 175-180). Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.


 Saul, R. (2016, March 16). The Hollywood Syllabus: How Popular Movies Depict Schooling, and Why Paying Attention to Them Matters. Faculty of Education Colloquium Series, University of New Brunswick.