Public scholar: Ezgi Ozyonum


Ezgi Ozyonum

How and to what extent do strategies for decolonizing curriculum and pedagogy inform inclusion of other knowledge systems or ways of knowing?

Ezgi Ozyonum is a PhD candidate in Education. She obtained her bachelor’s degree from Bilkent University and completed her master’s degree at Middle East Technical University. Ezgi has taught at the department of Education, Concordia University, and has delivered workshops for Concordia’s Centre for Teaching and Learning and GradProSkills.


Ezgi's research brings critical and decolonial perspectives to the study and practice of internationalization and decolonization in higher education. Through her work, she seeks to interrupt common colonial patterns of education engagement. She presented her research at many national and international academic conferences including Comparative & International Education Society (CIES), American Educational Research Association (AERA), and Canadian Society for the Study of Higher Education (CSSHE). Her research findings could move Canadian Universities towards a more equitable and inclusive future.


Discipline

Education

Languages

English, Turkish, French

Supervisor

Tanja Tajmel, Saul Carliner



Ezgi Ozyonum: Decolonizing as a process that belongs to everyone


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