Early Career Invited Lecture

Since 2010 CPES has annually recognized one of its Early Career members for their outstanding research and service contributions by inviting them to deliver the Early Career Invited Lecture during its meetings at the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities.



2017
Justifying Post-compulsory Education: A Theory of Autonomy, the State and Educational Authority
Christopher Martin (British Columbia)

2016
Professional Ethics Education for Future Teachers: Overview of a Research Program
Bruce Maxwell (Québec à Trois-Rivières)

2015
Cultivating Identities: The Catholic School as Diverse Ecclesial Space
Graham McDonough (Victoria)

2014
Teaching Thinking: Philosophical Questions about the Teaching of Philosophy
Trevor Norris (Brock)

2013
Dewey in the 21st Century: From Education through Occupations to Education through Simulations
David Waddington (Concordia)

2012
Education in an Ethic of Hospitality: Promises and Limitations
Claudia Ruitenberg (British Columbia)

2011
Caring for the Past: Toward an Ethical Framework for Living Historically
Ann Chinnery (Simon Fraser)

2010
A Pattern Language for Education
Donald Kerr (Lakehead)