Research & Scholarship

Chapters in Books

Mogadime, D. (2019). Caroline Goodie Tshabalala Mogadime: A South African Canadian activist educator, 160-171. In Isabelle Masson (Ed). Mandela Struggle for Freedom. Canadian Museum for Human Rights. = Mandela: Lutte Pour La liberté.  

Mogadime, D. (2018). Gender Based Violence and the Problem of Modern Day Slavery within the Sex Trade. In Behnaz A. Mirzai and Bonny Ibhawoh (Eds.) Africa and its Diasporas: Recognition, Empowerment and Equity (pp. 181-194). Africa World Press.

Mogadime, D. (2012) Using interdisciplinary feminist theory to arrive at an understanding of critical educators who put human rights at the center of school curriculum, In Cornelia Roux (Ed.), Safe Spaces: Human Rights Education in Diverse Contexts (193–206). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Al-Fartousi, M. & Mogadime, D. (2012). Media representations of Muslim women wearing the buka: Criticism and Implications. In Richard C. Mitchell and Shannon A. Moore (Eds.) Politics, Participation and Power Relations (pp. 169-181). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense publishers.

Mogadime, D., Ramrattan Smith, S., & Scott, A. (2011). The Problem of Fear Enhancing Inaccuracies of Representation: Muslim Male Youths and Western Media. In Ali Abdi (Ed.) Decolonizing philosophies of education. (pp. 113-130). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense publishers.

Mogadime, D. (2010). Autobiography. Albert J. Mills, Gabrielle Durepos and Elden Wiebe (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Case Study Research, (pp.41-43). Sage Press

Mogadime, D. (2004, reprint). A daughter’s praise poem for her mother: Historicizing South African women’s community activism and racial upliftment. In Andrea O’Reilly (Ed.), Outlaw Mothers, (pp. 293-301). Toronto: Women’s Press

Mogadime, D. (2002). Black women in graduate studies: transforming the socialization experience. In N. Nathani Wane, K. Dliovsky and E. Lawson (Eds.), Back to the drawing board: African Canadian feminism(s) (pp. 129-157). Toronto: Sumach Press.

Richards, L., Acker, S., Daiski, I, Love, V., Mogadime, D., Rempel, S., Sanderson, N., Webber, M. and Wong, A. (2002). The secret lives of graduate students. In S. Abbey (Ed.), Ways of knowing in and through the body: diverse perspectives on embodiment (pp. 219-222). Welland, Ontario: Soleil.

Papers in Refereed Journals

Mogadime, D., & O’Sullivan, M. (2017, November 4). Latino Hispanic Student Voices and Self- Representations through Digital Storytelling. The Canadian Journal of Action Research.

Brown, H. A., & Mogadime, D. (2017, December 22). Advocacy for Diversity Begins with the Self: Unleashing Silenced Stories a Duoethnographic Account. Understanding and Dismantling Privilege Journal.

Mogadime, D. (2011) An Ethnography of Two Teachers Antiracist and Critical Multicultural Practices. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 21(1), 33-52

Mogadime, D., PJ (Kobus) Mentz, Armstrong, D. E., & Holtam, B. (2010). Constructing self as leader: Case studies of women who are change agents in South Africa. Urban Education 45(6), 797-821.

Mogadime, D. (2008). Racial differential experiences of employment equity for women teachers: one teacher’s narrative of resistance and struggle. Journal of Black Studies, 39(1) 85- 108.

Mogadime, D. & Ramrattan Smith, S. (2007). Including Muslim Teachers’ Sensibilities into Wider National and International Discussions About Culturally Responsive Pedagogy. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 7(4) 217-230

Mogadime, D. (2005). South African women reclaiming revolutionary storytelling through grandmother’s warrior eyes. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 7(2), 76-86.

Mogadime, D. (2005). Elite media discourses: A case study of the transformation of the administrative judiciary in South Africa. Journal of Black Studies, 35(4), 155-178.

Mogadime, D. (2003). Contradictions in feminist pedagogy: black women students’ perspectives. Resources for Feminist Research/ Documentation Sur La Recherche Feminste (RFR/DRF), 30(1/2), 7-32.

Mogadime, D. (2000). Black girls/ black women-centered texts and black teachers as othermothers. Journal of the Association for Research on Mothering, 2(2), 222-233.

Mogadime, D. (1998a). The work of South African-Canadian educator Goodie Tshabalala Mogadime. Canadian Woman Studies, 17(4). 98-102.

Mogadime, D. (1998b). A daughter’s praise poem for her mother: historicizing South African women’s community activism and racial upliftment among South African women. Canadian Women Studies, 18(2/3), 86-91.

Editor – Guest Editor

Ferber, A. & Mogadime, D. (2017, December 22) Understanding and Dismantling Privilege. Special Issue: Academics & Activists Advocating for Equity, Justice and Action, 7(2). http://www.wpcjournal.com/issue/view/1404

Editor -in-Chief, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice

Mogadime, D. (2019). Issue Introduction. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 28(2), pp. 1 – 3.

Mogadime, D., Ferber, A. (2017, December 22) Editorial Double Special Issue: Academics and Activists: Advocating for Equity, Justice, and Action. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 27 (1), p. 1. 

Mogadime, D., Ferber, A. (2017, December 22) Introduction: An analysis of articles and key concepts featured in the double special issue. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 27(1), pp. 2 – 8. 

Mogadime, D. (2016). The meaning of research as inquiry for discovery and educational improvement. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 26(1), pp. 1 – 3.

Mogadime, D. (2016) Clarity and Insights into Educational Debates. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 25 (2), pp. 1 – 2.

Ratkovic, S., Mogadime, D., and Spencer, T. (2015) Knowledge Mobilization in Canadian Educational Research: Identifying Current Developments and Future Directions. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 25 (1), pp. 1 – 4.

Mogadime, D. (2015). Themes on the Meaning of Professionalism and Setting New Directions for Policy and Practice. Brock Education; A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 24 (2), pp. 1-3.

Guest Co-Editor, 2013

Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice

Ratkovic, S., Mogadime, D., and Spencer, T. (2015) Knowledge Mobilization in Canadian Educational Research: Identifying Current Developments and Future Directions. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Editorial, 25 (1), pp. 1 – 4.

Saudelli, M. & Mogadime, D. (2013). The Impact of Globalization for Adult Education and Higher Education. Brock Education Journal: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice. Special Issue Editorial, 22(2), 1-2

Editorial Board Member for, International Society for Educational Biography Journal (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019)

Association for Research on Mothering (ARM), Guest Editor (2005)

Keynotes, Panels and Workshops

Mogadime, D. (June 7, 2018 Keynote). In Memory of Nelson Mandela: An Honorary Canadian Citizen and Human Rights Defender. Opening Event for the Mandela: Struggle for Freedom Exhibition. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights. 

A series of four ‘Dialogue Education Leadership Workshops’ were developed and presented at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights (CMHR) from June 27 – July 10, 2018. Dr. Mogadime designed the workshops for Superintendents and Directors of Education from five Ontario District School Boards: Rainy River DSB; Kawartha Pine Ridge DSB; DSB Ontario North-East; Durham DSB; and Toronto DSB respectively. A report on the workshops was submitted to CMHR in August. The workshop curriculum materials section of the report was co-designed with the TNM Advisory Committee.

Mogadime, D. (February, 2017). Black women’s writing as resistance: Historical and contemporary contexts. Social Justice Centre Deconstructing 20th Century Feminisms Workshop. St. Catharines: Brock University.

Mogadime, D. (June, 2017). Lessons from Nelson Mandela’s Life. Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Presented to, the Vice-President of Public Affairs and Programming (Angela Cassie) Manager of Advanced and Professional Programming (Mireille Lamontagne) and Manager, Education Programs, Lise Pinkos, Canadian Museum for Human Rights. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Canada.

Mogadime, D. (April, 2017). Lessons from Nelson Mandela. Upper Grand District School Board (UGDSB) Equity Rep. Professional Development Day. Guelph, Ontario.

Mogadime, D. (March, 2016). Looking to our Matrilineal Memories in Search of Black Girl Magic Black Girl Magic Conference. St. Catharines: Brock University.

Mogadime, D. (November, 2016, Keynote) Canadian Conference on Student Leadership (CCSL). Keynote, Nelson Mandela’s Legacy – Guiding Principles for 21 Century Youth Leadership. Niagara Falls: Scotia Bank. Retrieved from: https://brocku.ca/brock-news/tag/canadian-conference-on-student- leadership/

Juliet Ramohai and Dolana Mogadime, Discussion Leaders (October, 2015). Invited Panel discussion: Meet the Editors, Aslam Fataar (South African Journal of Higher Education), Naydene de Lange (Educational research for social change), Dirk Postma (Education as Change), Wayne Hugo (Journal of Education), Elbie Henning (South African Journal of Childhood Education), Johan Tempelhoff (Journal of Transdisciplinary Studies), MP (Peter) Mulaudzi (Journal of Education Studies), Mahau Takalani (Journal of Education Studies). Third Annual South African Education Research Association (SAERA). University of the Free State: Bloemfontein

Mogadime, D. (October, 2015, Keynote). What do we leave behind for generations to come? A question of problematic importance for Critical Educators SuLE Colloquium. A Keynote Address. Ubuntu/ Botho/ for/as/ in Sustainable Learning Environments Symposium. University of the Free State: Bloemfontein, South Africa.

Mogadime, D. (June, 2015). A Uniquely Brock Cultural Experience Unearthing A New Vision For Brock Staff, Students and Faculty – acknowledging Niagara’s history of racial and cultural diversity. A paper presented to the Task Force on Racial Climate, Brock University. St. Catharines, Ontario.

Mogadime, D. (February, 2015). An African Diaspora Educational Researcher as Activist Scholar. Brock Research Celebration. Building Bridges Guernsey Market, Brock University. St. Catharines, Ontario.

Mogadime, D. (April, 2015). ‘Ubuntu’ and the social justice African Diaspora scholar. A paper presented at the OISE Symposium, Ubuntu and the creation of sustainable learning environments. A paper presented at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario

Mogadime, D. (2010, November, Keynote). The role of intelligentsia in educational social change Prestigious Inaugural Lecture as Extra-Ordinary Associate Professor, North West University, South Africa

Munroe, D. & Mogadime, D. (2009, March). Feminist pedagogy and male teachers: Their experiences in the classroom. Panel presentation, Alliance Building between the Academy and Feminist Teachers Gender and Education Association 7th International Conference, London, England: Institute of Education, University of London

Scott, A. & Mogadime, D. (2009, March). Feminist pedagogy enacted in the Southern Ontarian high school. Panel presentation, Alliance Building between the Academy and Feminist Teachers. Gender and Education Association 7th International Conference, London, England: Institute of Education, University of London

Mogadime, D. (2008, June). Autobiographical Writing Workshop: Immigrant Women Teachers Life Stories. Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario (ETFO)

Mogadime, D. (2007, August). Research methods and a Preliminary Discussion of Research Results: Women Who Have Aspired to Educational Leadership in South Africa. Presentation at North West University, Faculty of Education Sciences

Mogadime, D. (2006, February). The transformation of higher education in South Africa: Possibilities and Challenges. The Africa day symposium, Brock University

Mogadime, D. & Owen, M. (2005, December). Establishing collaboration in research:

Brock University and South African Faculties of Education. North-West University. Presented on three occasions to the following campuses: Potchestroom, Campus; Vaal Triangle Campus; Mafikeng Campus

Mogadime, D. (2005, April). Integrating feminist life history methods into a study of critical educators. American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (AAACS) AERA Pre-Conference theme: Curriculum Studies in Canada, Montreal, Quebec.

Mogadime, D. (2005, March). The importance of historical memory for the development of critical consciousness. Presentation for the Harassment Prevention Centre (Antiracist Awareness week), Brock University.

Mogadime, D. (2004, September). Elite media discourses employment equity and the transformation of the administration judiciary: A case study of the appointment of the then deputy vice-president judge Vuka E. M. Tshabalala. Still Not Equal: Expanding Opportunity in Global Societies, Fredrick D. Patterson Research Conference, Washington DC.