Sharon Stein, Assistant Professor, Educational Studies
Sharon Stein’s research brings critical and decolonial perspectives to the role of education in society, with a particular emphasis on how universities engage the issues of decolonization, internationalization, and climate change. She works with different communities to denaturalize the attachments and desires that keep us invested in harmful and unsustainable modes of existence, and to ethically encounter and engage other horizons of possibility. Her extended biography can be found here: https://edst.educ.ubc.ca/facultystaff/sharon-stein/.
She is the Founder and Convenor of the Critical Internationalization Studies Network (https://criticalinternationalization.net/) and a Founding Member of the Gesturing Towards Decolonial Futures Collective (https://decolonialfutures.net/).
Some of her recent publications can be viewed here:
Additionally, she was interviewed as an expert for this recent article: https://www.hcn.org/issues/52.4/indigenous-affairs-education-land-grab-universities
Green College Leading Scholars Program
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