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Pariss Garramone
PhD

Assistant Teaching Professor

Faculty of Social Science and Humanities

Contact information

Bordessa Hall - Room 328
Downtown Oshawa
55 Bond Street East
Oshawa, ON

905.721.8668 ext. 5865

pariss.garramone@ontariotechu.ca


Background

Dr. Pariss Garramone's interdisciplinary work examines the intersections of creativity, experiential learning, community involvement, writing pedagogy and curriculum theory, with a focus on social and environmental justice issues. Her teaching and pedagogical research engage ecocomposition practices that draw on Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC), feminist, and ecoliteracy scholarship.

Education

  • PhD in Education York University

Courses taught

  • Writing for the Social Sciences

Involvement

  • Selected publications

    Norquay, N., and Garramone, P. (2016). The Old Durham Road Black Pioneer Settlement: Contested Place as an Invitation to Curriculum. Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, 13(2), 20-31.

    Garramone, P. (2008). "Double Exposure Postcards, self-portraits and autobiography as arts-based research practice." Educational Insights, 12(1).

    Book chapters

    Garramone, P. (2015). “Digging Where We Stand”: Rethinking Critical Place-Based Classroom Pedagogies for Sustainability with The More-Than-Human World. In R. Mitchell and S. Moore (Eds.), Planetary Praxis and Pedagogy: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Sustainability (pp.107-118). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

    Garramone, P. (2009). Getting to the roots: Re-thinking Canadian forests as curriculum. In J. Nahachewsky & I. Johnston (Eds.), Beyond ‘presentism’: Re-imagining the personal, social and historical places of curriculum (pp. 55-60). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

    Garramone, P. (2006). Tellingsmiths: The work of planting trees and the politics of memory. In D. Barndt (Ed.) Wild Fire: Art as Activism (pp.160-173). Toronto, ON: Sumach Press.