York University Toronto, Canada
Dr. Warren Crichlow is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at York University Toronto, Canada where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in areas of social foundations and cultural studies and education. He is a co-editor of Race, Identify and Education (1993 and 2005), and a co-editor of the forthcoming Spaces of New Colonialism: Reading Schools, Museums and Cities in the Tumult of Globalization (forthcoming Peter Lang, 2019). His review essay, “Baldwin’s Rendezvous with the Twenty-first century: I am Not Your Negro,” appears in the summer 2017 issue of Film Quarterly. Current projects include co-editorship of a collection of essays on W. G. Sebald (1944-2001) and education, Unsettling Complacency: Hope and Ethical Responsibility in the Writing of W. G. Sebald, and a monograph whose working title is “Extra-curriculars: Multiple Histories, Aesthetic Experimentalism and Willful Subjectivity,” a project concerned with extra-curricular learning from writers and artists.