Daniel Schugurensky

Daniel Schugurensky (Ph.D., University of Alberta, Canada) is the Coordinator of the M.A. program in Social and Cultural Pedagogy at Arizona State University, where he also coordinates the Participatory Governance Initiative at the School of Public Affairs and the Justice and Social Inquiry Program at the School of Social Transformation. Dr. Schugurensky has taught courses in many universities around the world, including the University of Toronto, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of Paris, Leuven University, Universidad de Huelva, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Universidad de Cordoba and University of Malta. Among his recent publications are "Social pedagogy in North America: Historical Background and Current Developments" (2015), "Social Pedagogy and Critical Theory: A Conversation with Hans Thiersch" (2014), "A social worker, a community development worker and an adult educator walk into a bar: on strange bedfellows and social pedagogy" (2014)Social pedagogy: historical traditions and transnational connections (2013), and Paulo Freire (2011).

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