Grad Chat - Queen's School of Graduate Studies
Grad Chat - Queen's School of Graduate Studies
Heather Morrison (PhD, Education) - Could a national museum dedicated to women's history as a vehicle for public pedagogy strengthen liberal democracy in Canada?

Heather has two primary objectives. The first is to demonstrate Public Pedagogy’s role as a foundational tenet of liberal democracy in that it promotes responsible citizenship and fuels social change through knowledge acquisition. The second is to build an evidence-based case for establishing a national museum of women’s history, amplifying the little-known and untold stories of the contributions of all women, including pre-colonial women and those who self-identify as women, to the lands now known as Canada.

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