Assistant Professor, Educational Administration, Foundations and Psychology
|Address:||236 Education Building, University of Manitoba|
|Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2|
Ed.D. University of Toronto; M.Ed. University of Manitoba; B.A. University of Manitoba.
Areas of Specialization:
Teaching: Aboriginal and indigenous education; access and equity issues in education; anti-racism in education; Aboriginal and diversity perspectives in program/curriculum/institutional planning; cross-cultural education; adult education and community development.
Research: Aboriginal education; teacher development; Aboriginal networking; Aboriginal/indigenous research and ethics.
Fitznor, L. (2006). The power of indigenous knowledge: Naming and identity and colonization in Canada. In Julian E. Kunnie & Nomalungelo I. Goduka (Eds.), Indigenous peoples' wisdom and power: Affirming our knowledge through narratives (pp. 51-77). England: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
Fitznor, L. (2005). Aboriginal educational teaching experiences: Foregrounding Aboriginal/indigenous knowledges and processes. [Online proceedings]. Web Address: Centre for Canadian Studies, website: http://www.cst.ed.ac.uk/
Fitznor, L. (2002). Aboriginal educators’ stories: Rekindling Aboriginal worldviews (Doctoral dissertation, Adult Education, OISE/UT, Toronto, 2002).
Fitznor, L., Haig-Brown, C., & Moses, L. (2000). (De)colonizing academe: Knowing our relations. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 24 (2).
Fitznor, L. (1998). The circle of life: Affirming Aboriginal philosophies in everyday living. In Dawn McCance (Ed.), Life ethics in world religions. Atlanta, Georgia: Scholars Press.