Lace Marie Brogden

Lace Marie Brogden

Dean

Faculty of Education
Education
E1.105B, Education Building

Biography

Originally from the prairies, I came to Laurentian in 2016 as the inaugural Dean of the Faculty of Education. Some of my previous professional roles include French immersion teacher, Evaluation Coordinator for the Official Minority Language Office branch of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Education, and Director of the Programme du Baccalauréat en éducation française at the University of Regina. Among my multiple, shifting identities, I am a mother, gardener and sometimes poet.

Education

  • University of Regina (PhD)
  • San Diego State University (MA)
  • University of Regina (BEd)

Academic Appointments

Dean, Faculty of Education

Full Professor, École des Sciences de l'éducation

Research

My research interests include language teacher education, autoethnography and auto/biographical texts with/in narrative inquiry and artifacts as tools for curriculum inquiry.

Recent Project Funding (past five years):

Centre canadien de recherche sur les francophonies en milieu minoritaire (CFRM) – Research Competition 2015: University Researchers. Au delà de la salle de classe : Cheminements de carrière des enseignants de langue française en contexte anglo-dominant.

Saskatchewan Instructional Development and Research Unit (SIDRU) – Research Fund Competition [Competition C: General Research Fund], with T. Sperlich (Anthropology). Thinking with artifacts: Creating resources for teaching and learning with Aboriginal objects in rural Treaty 4.

SSHRC 4A Funding Award. Office of the Vice President (Research) and Office of the Dean (Faculty of Education), University of Regina.

Awards

Woman of Vision and Action, The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, July 2010.

HRI Student Essay Prize 2007. Humanities Research Institute, University of Regina. 500 $CAN. May 2007.

J. Orrison Burgess Graduate Scholarship in Education for 2007. Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina. 1 000 $CAN. March 2007.

Teaching

At the undergraduate level, I teach in the areas of language teacher education, specifically French immersion and French in minority language environments foundations and pedagogies, as well as social studies methodologies and professional studies. At the graduate level, my areas of focus are curriculum theory and instructional strategies.

Publications

  

Work currently under review / Manuscripts in preparation

Brogden, L. M., & Sperlich, T. (In review). Réfléchir et enseigner avec des artefacts : Le musée communautaire comme outil pédagogique dans le contexte de l’enseignement obligatoire des Traités.

Refereed Journal Articles

Arnott, S., Brogden, L. M., Faez, F., Peguret, M., Piccardo, E., Rehner, K., Taylor, S., & Wernicke, M. (2017). The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in Canada: A research agenda. Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 20(1), 31-54. 

Sperlich, T., & Brogden, L. M. (2016). ‘Finding’ Pay-e-pot’s Moccasins: Disrupting colonial narratives of place. Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 16(1), 7-17. DOI: 10.1177/1532708615615603

Brogden, L. M. (2015). An autoethnographic visitor: Liminal interrogations of lessons from the steps of the Union. International Review of Qualitative Research, 8(4), 479-492.  DOI: 10.1525/irqr.2015.8.4.479

Sperlich, T., & Brogden, L. M. (2015). Rural museum spaces as catalysts for collaborative research: Detours and possibilities. Journal of Museum Ethnography, 28, 70-84.

Brogden, L. M. (2012). CRT rewind: Teaching toward (the elusive) social justice. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 58(2), 246-262.

Brogden, L. M. (2012, Summer). How/do educators project professionalism through technology? A case for “posting.” The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 78, (4)36-38.

Brogden, L. M. (2010). Identities (academic + private) = subjectivities(desire) : Re:collecting art/I/f/acts. Qualitative Inquiry, 16(5), 368-377.

Brogden, L. M. (2009). François, f/Fransask-qui? Franco-quoi? Constructions identitaires d’un enseignant en formation en situation linguistique minoritaire. Canadian Modern Language Review/ Revue canadienne des langues vivantes, 66(1), 73-99.

Rolling, J. H., & Brogden, L. M. (2009). Two hours or more away from most things: Re:writing identities from no fixed address. Qualitative Inquiry, 15(7), 1139-1154.

Brogden, L. M. (2009). An outsider view / A vue d’aigle: Negotiating linguistic spaces in multilingual Europe. Limbaj şi context: Revista de lingvistica, semiotica si stiinta literari de/ Speech and Context: Journal of Linguistics, Semiotics and Literary Science, 1(1), 102-111.

Brogden, L. M. (2008). Art·I/f/act·ology: Curricular artifacts in autoethnographic research. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(6), 851-864.

Brogden, L. M., & Couros, A. (2007). Toward a philosophy of technology and education. The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin, 73(2), 37-42.

Brogden, L. M., & patterson, d. (2007). Nostalgia, goodness and ethical paradox. Qualitative Research, 7(2), 217-227.

Brogden, L. M. (2006). Not quite acceptable: Re:reading my father in Qualitative Inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry, 12(5), 908-925.

patterson, d., & Brogden, L. M. (2006). Talk/Reading/Voice: Re:search. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 5(2). Article 2. Retrieved from  http://www.ualberta.ca/~iiqm/backissues/5_2/pdf/patterson.pdf

patterson, d., & Brogden, L. M. (2004). Living spaces for talk with/in the academy.
International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 3(3). Article 2. Retrieved from http://www.ualberta.ca/~iiqm/backissues/3_3/pdf/pattersonbrogden.pdf


Book Chapters

Salm, T., & Brogden, L. M. (January 2011). Designing interprofessional internships: A collaborative approach to field placements. In A. Cohan & A. Honigsfeld (Eds.), Breaking the mold of pre-service and in-service teacher education: Innovative and successful practices for the 21st century (pp. 167-175). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Brogden, L. M. (2010). A qui de droit? La dualité linguistique au sein de la francophonie. In N. Bélanger, N. Garant, P. Dalley & T. Desabrais (Eds.), Produire et reproduire la francophonie en la nommant (pp. 265-282). Sudbury, ON: Prise de paroles.

Brogden, L. M. (2009). A somewhere middle: Undoing illusions of the discrete in times of curricular contradictions. In P. Lewis & J. Tupper (Eds.), Challenges bequeathed: Taking up the challenges of Dwayne Huebner (pp. 127-142). Rotterdam, the Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Brogden, L. M., & Page, B. (2008). Ghosts on the cupboard: Discursive hauntings during the first year of French immersion teaching in Canada. In T. S. C. Farrell (Ed.), Novice Language Teachers: Insights and Perspectives for the First Year. Equinox Publishers.

Brogden, L. M. (2008). De l’interlangue aux architextes : La négociation du bilinguisme chez les enseignant.es en contexte immersif. Dans S. Roy et C. Berlinguette (Eds.), Emerging Social and Language Issues in Canada / Enjeux linguistiques et sociaux au Canada en devenir (pp. 37 à 65). Calgary, AB: Blitzprint.

Book Reviews

Brogden, L. M. (2013). Comforting discomfort: A review of Warrior women: Remaking postsecondary places through relational narrative inquiry, Emerald Publishing Group, 2012. Special Issue, Part 1: [Indigenous Education] in education, 19(2), 153-159. Retrieved from http://ineducation.ca/ineducation/issue/view/16                               

Brogden, L. M. (2010). Review of the book Betweener Talk: Decolonizing Knowledge Production, Pedagogy & Praxis by M. Diversi & C. Moreira (2009). [narrative] in education, 16(2). Retrieved from http://www.ineducation.ca/article/book-review-betweener-talk-decolonizing-knowledge-production-pedagogy-praxis

Brogden, L. M. (2010). Review of the book The Cambridge handbook of linguistic code-switching by B. E. Bullock & A. J. Toribio (Eds.) (2009). Revue canadienne de linguistique appliquée/ Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 13(2). Repéré de http://ojs.vre.upei.ca/index.php/cjal/article/view/306/419

Brogden, L. M. (2008, Printemps/Spring). Review of the book Language and gender: An advanced resource book by J. Sunderland (2006). Revue canadienne de linguistique appliquée/ Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 11(2), 121-123.