Bits & Bobs:
26 May 2018: Presenting on the “Publish or Perish: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Metrics of Excellence" panel at CSSE 2018.
09 May 2018: Forthcoming Joint Lecture at St. Andrew's College: "Setting Your Calendar on Indigenous or Ukrainian Standard Time" - 20 September 2018
11 March 2018: Cross Country Check-Up - On Location at Glenlawn Collegiate
07 February 2018: New Canada Research Chairs at the UofM
19 January 2018: Fireside Chat series - "Talks on Indigenous Knowledges"
18 January 2018: Forthcoming announcement of new Canada Research Chairs ;)
06 October 2017: Contribution to Principal Connections magazine - Indigenous Perspectives on Student Well-Being
01 June 2017: New book by University of Ottawa Press "The Academic Gateway" in which I have a chapter.
Older news, including links to academic articles, may be found in the "Scholarship" tab above under the heading "Scholarship & Media".
Welcome to my website. My name is Frank Deer and I am an Associate professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Education in the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Education. I earned a PhD in Educational Administration from the University of Saskatchewan in 2008 after obtaining a B.Ed and M.Ed from the University of Manitoba in 1999 and 2003 respectively. I have previously served as a classroom teacher in the Frontier School Division and the Winnipeg School Division.
My doctoral dissertation on citizenship education may be found here.
My Scholarly Interests:
- Indigenous Education
- Philosophy of Education
- Indigenous Languages
- Identity Studies
Last Updated: Entakta, 26 Onerahtoḱo:wa 2018
Group photo of presenters at SSHRC/Federation "Imagining Canada's Future" gathering - Ottawa; November 2015
Attended the "Building Reconciliation Forum" hosted at the University of Alberta in September 2016. From left to right: Ry Moran (Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation), Wab Kinew (MLA for Fort Rouge), your's truly, and Kevin Lamoureux (Associate Vice-President Indigenous Affaires, University of Winnipeg).