Warren Crichlow

Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, at York University
Warren Crichlow is Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, at York University, where he teaches in the undergraduate teacher education programme and the graduate programme in language, culture and teaching. He is Co-editor, Race, Identity and Representation in Education (Routledge, 1993); Cultural Studies: A special issue on Toni Morrison and the Curriculum (co-editor, 1995). His most essay, "Stan Douglas and the asethetic critique of urban decline" will appear in the quarterly journal Cultural Studies-Critical Methodologies (Sage, Fall 2002).

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