Educational Core Studies: Self and Other
Education Core Studies: Theory and Practice I (Secondary Program)
Sociology of Education
Principles and Practices of Secondary Teaching
Education and the Multicultural Society
War in the Contemporary World
Schooling and Society
Equity in Education: Theory and Practice
Pedagogies of Difference
Instruction: Theory and Practice
Antiracism and critical multicultural education, post-colonialism, nationalism and collective memory, sociology of education, discourse analysis, social justice, critical approaches to the study of social identity and social oppression, and cultural studies.
Regional Editor, Power & Education: The Journal of the Discourse, Power, Resistance (DPR) Collective (Symposium Journals)
James Oloo, Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Education, University of Regina (2011-)
(co-supervision with Dr. Marc Spooner, University of Regina)
A narrative inquiry into foreign certified teachers' professional experiences in rural Saskatchewan schools.
Thomas Jing, Ph.D. Student, Faculty of Education, University of Regina (2012-)
(co-supervision with Dr. Patrick Lewis, University of Regina)
Afrocentrisim, Drop-Out, and Dance: A cultural Studies examination of the "Oku" dance.
Anna Bajpai M.Ed. Student, Faculty of Education, University of Regina (2011-)
Passing trauma through generations. The effects of child sexual abuse on families and schooling as perceived by healers and counsellors.
Krista Baliko, M.Ed. Student, Faculty of Education, University of Regina (2012-)
Media (Mis)Representations and the Muslim Body: A Lived Curriculum.
Cori Saas, M.Ed. Student, Faculty of Education, University of Regina (2012-)
Narrative analysis, slam poetry, and empowering students to tell their stories.
Montgomery, K. (2013). "Pedagogy and privilege: Reflections on the challenges and possibilities of teaching critically about racism." Critical Education, 4(1), 1-22.
(Available at: http://ojs.library.ubc.ca/index.php/criticaled/issue/view/182400)
Montgomery, K. (2012). "Shut up and teach": Collisions of nationalism, militarism, and racism in public education. In Özer, B., Caner, H., Kuter, S, and Perkan Zeki, C. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Educational Sciences. Gazimağusa, North Cyprus, Eastern Mediterranean University Press.
Greenberg, H. & Montgomery, K. (2011). "A Proposal: The Northern-Saskatchewan Collaborative, Bachelor of Holistic Health and Healing Degree Programme": A Saskatchewan Justice Institute Report for the First Nations University. University of Regina.
Montgomery, K. (2008). "A better place to live": School history textbooks, nationalist fantasies, and the incarcerating banality of white supremacy. In J. Satterthwaite, M. Watts, and H. Piper (Eds.). Talking truth, confronting power: Discourse power, resistance, volume 6. Trentham Press (pp. 83-98).
Montgomery, K. (2006). Racialized hegemony and nationalist mythologies: Representations of war and peace in high school history textbooks, 1945-2005. Journal of Peace Education, 3 (1), 19-37.
Montgomery, K. (2005). Imagining the antiracist state: Representations of racism in Canadian history textbooks. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 26 (4), 427-442.
Montgomery, K. (2005). Banal race-thinking: Ties of blood, Canadian history textbooks, and ethnic nationalism. Paedagogica Historica: International journal of the history of education, 41 (3), 315-338.
Montgomery, K., Tupper, J., Lewis, P., Couros, A., Hildebrandt, K., and Naytowhow, J. (Forthcoming, April, 2013). "Enhancing Treaty education through digital storytelling" Presentation to the International Journal of Arts and Sciences for Academic Disciplines (Florence, Italy).
Montgomery, K. (May 19, 2012). "Hey, are we still friends?" Blood, kinship, and banal nationalist racism" Presentation to the Eighth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US).
Montgomery, K. (2010, June 15). "Racial states and technologies of truth: A discursive analysis of the faith-based and race-focused schools debate in Canada." Paper presented to the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies (Istanbul, Turkey).