Concordia University

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Nassim Noroozi

Lecturer - Limited Term Appointment, Education

Email: nassim.noroozi@concordia.ca
Availability: By Appointment
Room Number: 6.215. Fabourg Building, Sir George Williams (SGW) campus.
1455 De Maisonneuve Blvd. West Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G 1M8

Area of Competence

 Philosophy of Education.


Teaching

Teaching Activity


 “Educational Philosophy Born of Struggle” (Graduate), Department of Education; Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Concordia University.

 

“Philosophical Perspectives in Education” (Graduate), Department of Education; Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Concordia University.

 

“The Nature of Educational Change” (Graduate), Department of Education; Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Concordia University.


“Historical and Philosophical Foundations of Early Childhood Education” (Undergraduate), Department of Education; Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Concordia University.

 

“Concepts and Principles of Adult Education” (Undergraduate),  Department of Integrated Studies in Education; Faculty of Education, McGill University. 

 

“Philosophy of Education”(Graduate), Department of Integrated Studies  in   Education; Faculty of Education, McGill University.

“Philosophical Foundations of Education” (Undergraduate), Department of Integrated Studies  in  Education; Faculty of Education, McGill University.


Publications

Peer-Reviewed Articles


- Forthcoming. “Pedagogy of Time and a DecolonialPresent.” Philosophy of Education Society (2016).


- Forthcoming. “Decolonial Philosophies and Education”, Oxford Research Encyclopaedia of Education (2016),  


http://education.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.001.0001/acrefore-9780190264093-e-51


- “Counteracting Epistemic Totality and Weakening Mental Rigidities,TheAnti-totalitarian Nature of Wonderment”, Philosophy of Education Society (2015).


Publications in Edited Collections


- “Philosopher-Teachers and That Little Thing Called Hasty Decolonization,” in Decolonizing Westernized University: Interventions in Philosophy of Education from Within and Without, edited by ErnestoVelasquez, Roberto Hernandez, and Ramon Grosfuegel (Washington: Lexington 2016).


Invited Publications


- “Heidegger and Wonder,” in Springer Encyclopedia of Educational Philosophy and Theory. Edited by Micheal A. Peters (New Delhi: Springer, 2016).


Selected Conference Presentations


June 2017. “Dewey, Whiteness, and the Subaltern Education.” (RespondentCharles W. Mills). Panel Presentation. Caribbean Philosophical AssociationConference. New York City, NY.

June 2017. “Should We Teach to Decolonize?”: A Synopsis on the Unrelenting Examination of a Question.” Panel Presentation. CaribbeanPhilosophical Association Conference. New York City, NY.

March 2017. “The Pedagogics of Latin American Liberation.” Panel Presentation. Philosophy of Education Society Conference. Seattle, Washington.

March 2017. “The Im/Possibilities of Decolonial Interventions in a PostHumanist Age.” Panel Presentation. Philosophy of Education Society Conference. Seattle, Washington.

March 2016. “John Dewey and The Undoing of Coloniality: ContradictingHorizons.” Panel Presentation. Philosophy of Education Society Conference.Toronto, Canada.

March 2016. “Folk Phenomenology: Education, Study, andthe Human Person.” Critic at the Author Meets Critics Session. Philosophy ofEducation Society Conference. Toronto, Canada.  

March 2016. “Pedagogy of Time and a Decolonial Present.” IndividualPaper Presentation. Philosophy of Education Society Conference. Toronto, Canada.

March 2016. “Pope Francis, Education, and Ecology: A Discussion ofLaudato Si.” Panel Discussion. Philosophy of Education Society Conference.Toronto, Canada.

October 2015. “Beyond Imagination: Fantasy, Wonderment,& Intuition.” Panel Presentation. American Educational Studies AssociationConference. San Antonio, Texas.

June 2015.  “Activism in a(Post)Colonial World”. Paper Presentation. Caribbean Philosophical AssociationConference, Riviera Maya, Mexico.

March 2015.  “Exploring Ethics inEducational Activism”. Panel Presentation. Philosophy of Education SocietyConference. Memphis, Tennessee.

October 2014. “Ethics, Activism and Education”. SymposiumPresentation. American Educational Studies Association Conference. Toronto,Canada.


Professional Activities and Services

Professional Activities 

2016. Section Editor, “Decolonial Education”, Springer Encyclopedia of    Educational Philosophy and Theory.

2016. SIG Chair, Decolonial Studies in Education, Philosophy of Education Society.
2015. Collaborator. Pre-conference Graduate Student Workshop. Philosophy of Education Society, Memphis, Tenessee.

2015. Guest Speaker, “Restoration of Indigenous Knowledges”, in Philosophy of    Education Class: Graduate course. Faculty of Education, McGill University.

2015. Guest Speaker, “Decoloniality and Epistemology”, in Philosophy of Education Course: Graduate course. Faculty of Education, McGill University.

2014. Referee. Latin American Philosophy of Education Journal (LAPES).

2011, 2012, 2013. Reviewer. Graduate Student Conference in Philosophy of Education (GSCOPE).

Conferences Organized

2015.Conference Chair, “Undoing Coloniality,” Graduate Student Conference  in Philosophy of Education (GSCOPE).McGill. Montreal, Canada.http://www.gscopeconference.org/pastconferences/gscope2015

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