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Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto

Dr. Kari Dehli

Professor
Department of Sociology and Equity Studies in Education
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at The University of Toronto
252 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1V6
kari.dehli@utoronto.ca
 

Selected publications:

Spencer, B. Dehli, K.& Ryan, J. with Gariepy, K. (eds.) Canadian Education: Governing Practices and Producing Subjects, Sense Publishing (forthcoming 2012).

Dehli, K. (forthcoming 2012). Michel Foucault: A Theorist of and for Social Justice in Education? In Irby, Brown & Lara-Alecio (eds), Blackmore (section ed.), Handbook of educational theories. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.

Dehli, K. (2012). Gendered Histories: The contested terrain of media technology in education. Our Schools Ourselves 21 (2): 105-120.

 Dehli, K. (2010). Toward a New survivalism? Neo-liberal Government of Graduate Education in Ontario. In Jill Blackmore, Marie Brennan and Lew Zipin (Eds.) Re-Positioning University Governance and Academic Work (pp. 85-100). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
 

Dehli, K. (2009). Media Literacy and Neo-liberal Government: Pedagogies of freedom and Constraint. Pedagogy, Culture & Society 17(1): 57-73.
 

Dehli, K (2008). Race, Parents and the Organization of Education Policy Discourse in Ontario. In Cynthia Levine-Rasky (Ed.) Canadian Perspectives on the Sociology of Education (pp. 323-337). Toronto: Oxford University Press.
 

Dehli, K. (2008). Coming to Terms: Methodological and Other Dilemmas in Research. In K. Gallagher (Ed.) The Methodological Dilemma: Critical and Creative Approaches to Qualitative Research (pp. 46-66). New York: Routledge.
 

Dehli, K. & Fumia, D. (2008). Teachers’ Informal Learning, Identity and Education ‘Reform.’ In K. Church, N. Bascia and E. Shragge (Eds.) The Politics of Informal Learning (pp. 143-167). Springer.
 

Dehli, K. & Taylor, A. (2006). Toward New Government of Education Research: Refashioning Researchers as Entrepreneurial and Ethical Subjects. In Ozga, J., Seddon, T. & Popkewitz, T. (Eds.) Education Research and Policy: Steering the Knowledge-Based Economy (pp.105-118). Abingdon and New York: Routledge.
 

Dehli, Kari (2005). Guest Editor, “Media Education,” Orbit: OISE/UT’s Magazine for Schools 35(2)
 

Dehli, Kari (2004). “Parental Involvement and Neo-liberal government: Critical Analyses of Contemporary Education.” Canadian and International Education. 33(1): 45-75.
 

Dehli, Kari (2003). “‘Making’ the parent and the researcher: genealogy meets ethnography in research on contemporary school reform.” In Maria Tamboukou and Stephen J. Ball (Eds.), Dangerous Encounters: Genealogy and Ethnography (pp. 133-151). New York and London: Peter Lang Publishers.
 

Dehli, Kari (2003). “An Important Archive of Usefulness:” Regulating Parents’ Participation in Schooling.” In Deborah Brock (Ed.), Making Normal: Moral Regulation in Canadian Society (pp. 18-39). Nelson, Thomson Learning.
 

Rousmaniere, Kate, Kari Dehli and Ning de Coninck-Smith (Eds.) (1997). Discipline, Moral Regulation and Schooling: A Social History, Garland Press, History of Education Series.
 

Bannerji, Carty, Dehli, Heald and McKenna (1990). Unsettling Relations: The University as a Site of Feminist Struggle. Toronto: Women’s Press.