We respectfully acknowledge that our work at UBC takes place on the ancestral and unceded territory of the Musqueam people (xʷməθkʷəy̓əm).

This blogsite serves as a forum where EDST students and faculty can publicly share their research, provoke dialogue on topics in education, discuss student issues, and engage with others within the UBC community.

Check out some of the blog’s latest posts below!

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Questions can be directed to blog editor, Jessica Lussier, at edstblog.editor@ubc.ca.


EDST Blog: Call for Papers (and Introduction to Editorial Board) (2/24/2023) by Blog Editor - The EDST blog editorial board is pleased to invite EDST students, staff, and faculty to submit contributions to the EDST blog.   Department head André Mazawi described EDST as our “common home,” “in the sense of a space we all share in the pursuit of our work, studies, and contributions.”…
Doctoral Colloquium Series, Blog Post series Protected: Cognitive Violence in Pedagogy: A Philosophical Approach— Silas Krabbe, Doctoral Colloquium (2/28/2024) by Blog Editor - In October 2023, EDST began hosting a Doctoral Colloquium. Once a month doctoral students and candidates present their research to EDST students, staff and faculty. In this blog post: Colloquium coordinator, Yotam Ronen, recaps Silas Krabbe's Colloquium. What is cognitive violence in education? Is it a necessary part of learning?…
Banner that reads: "EDST Student Representatives Interview Series" Navigating Anti-Colonialism in Education: An Interview with Aneet Kahlon (2/15/2024) by Blog Editor - This post is the second in a series of interviews with EDST student representatives. The first post featured an interview with Silas Krabbe, GAA representative on GPACC. Today I am thrilled to introduce Aneet Kahlon (she/her/hers), a MA student and student representative in EDST. Aneet graciously took the time to…
Doctoral Colloquium Series, Blog Post series Co-developing the Indigenous Languages Act of Canada: Indigenous Roles in the Policy Process— Miranda Huron (1/12/2024) by Blog Editor - In October 2023, EDST began hosting a Doctoral Colloquium. Once a month doctoral students and candidates present their research to EDST students, staff and faculty. In this blog post: Doctoral Colloquium coordinator, Yotam Ronen, recaps Miranda Huron's Colloquium. What does the process of policy making look like when Indigenous people…
Banner that reads: "EDST Student Representatives Interview Series" Navigating Education and Community: An interview with Silas Krabbe (1/4/2024) by Blog Editor - This post is the first in a series of interviews with EDST student representatives. Silas Krabbe (he/him/his) is a PhD student in UBC'S Educational Studies department. Silas was born and raised in Calgary, AB, but moved to Fraser Valley in 2007 for college. In 2013 he moved to Vancouver to…
Doctoral Colloquium Series, Blog Post series Higher Education Beyond Hope— Jed Anderson (10/23/2023) by Blog Editor - Beginning this October... EDST will host a Doctoral Colloquium. Once a month doctoral students and candidates will present their research to department students, staff and faculty. After their presentations, speakers will respond to audience questions. In this blog post, the Doctoral Colloquium coordinator, Yotam Ronen, summarizes the first of these…
EDST Welcome to the 2023-24′ Year (8/25/2023) by Blog Editor - Welcome back to another year in EDST! For those of you who are new to the department, from the blog team I'd like to extend a warm welcome. The department is a wonderful community to join, hosting talented teaching and research faculty, as well as a dynamic and welcoming student…