Roger Saul

Associate Professor

PhD

Education, Faculty of

Fredericton

roger.saul@unb.ca
1 506 443 3903



Education

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

Interests

  • Educational Foundations; Pedagogy; Culture; Time; Youth; Media; Race

Teaching

  • ED 6911 Doctoral Seminar
  • ED 5070 Cultural Contexts of Education
  • ED 6043 History and Philosophy of Educational Ideas
  • ED 6315 Dismantling Educational Discourses
  • ED 6101 Curriculum Development
  • ED 5074 History and Philosophy of Education
  • ED 6017 Leadership in Liberal Democracies
  • ED 6131 Research as Critical Praxis

Writing

“Making Waste as a Practice of Freedom: On Temporality and Time Wasting” (w/ C. Burkholder) Taboo: The Journal of Culture and Education (2020)

“Ageism” The Sage Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies (2020)

“Temporality and Inequity” Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies (2020)

“Intellectualizing Whiteness” (w/ C. Burkholder) Ethnic and Racial Studies (2020)

“Schooling Futures in Tension” (w/ C. Burkholder) Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy (2019)

“Review of the book Miseducating for the Global Economy by G. Coles” Teachers College Record (2019)

“Two Paths to the Future” Explorations in Media Ecology (2018)

“When Critical Stances Become Scripted” Power and Education (2017)

“Education and the Mediated Subject” Children, Adolescents, and Media (2017)

“Competition, Scarcity, and Silos” Antistasis (2017)

“Teaching Duquan Weems” Teaching and Learning on Screen (2016)

“Adolescence and ClockTime” Global Studies of Childhood (2016)

“Education and the Mediated Subject” Journal of Children and Media (2016)

“What is the Influence of Teacher-Student Relationships on Learning?” Canadian Education Association (2015)

“War Games” Gendered Militarism in Canada (2015)

Education in North America (co-edited book w/ D.E. Mulcahy & D.G. Mulcahy) (Bloomsbury, 2014)

“Introduction and Regional Overview” (w/ D.E. Mulcahy & D.G. Mulcahy) Education in North America (2014)

“Canadian Teacher Training Reconsidered” (w/ N. Nichols) Education in North America (2014)

“Adolescence and the Narrative Complexities of Online Life” Digital Culture and Education (2014)

“Educational Values in Conversation” Professing Education (2014)

“The YouTube Selves of Mememolly” International Journal of Learning and Media (2012)

“The Survival of Biology: ‘Lessons’ on Race” The Journal of Popular Culture (2010)

“Kevjumba and the Adolescence of YouTube” Educational Studies (2010)

“Urban Schooling in Suburban Contexts” (w/ C.E. James) The International Handbook of Urban Education (2007)

“Who Belongs” (w/ L. Taylor & C.E. James) Conversations on the Edge: Race, Racialization and Anti-Racism (2007)

“Framing Possibilities” (w/ C.E. James) Canadian and International Education (2006)

“How Black Male Student Athletes Get Stereotyped in Canada’s Schools” Our Schools, Our Selves (2006)

“Multiculturalism: A Discourse of Contradictions” Possibilities and Limitations (2005)


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.