Bio: Elizabeth Yeoman is a Professor in the Faculty of Education at Memorial University. She is the author of a number of scholarly articles on language, culture, history and memory, co-author of Theories of Bilingual Education: Implications of Canadian Immersion Education for Bilingual Teaching in Chinese Universities (2009) and co-editor of Despite This Loss: Essays on Culture, Memory and Identity in Newfoundland and Labrador (2010). She has also published poetry and travel writing in literary magazines and contributed media pieces to the Globe and Mail, the Women's Television Network, CBC Radio and National Public Radio.
Research interests: My current research is mainly collaborative work with Innu elder and environmental activist, Elizabeth Penashue, on a book and related audio and video recordings. Other research interests include language teaching and social justice; issues of language, culture, identity, curriculum and pedagogy; narrative approaches to teaching, learning and research; cultural studies; critical pedagogy; and poststructuralist theory. In terms of graduate supervision, I am also interested in supervising people who would like to do creative projects such as film, video or audio productions, stories, poetry, etc. as part of their graduate work.