BA, BEd, MA, PhD
School of Humanities
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
School of Humanities - English
604.984.4957 ext. 4957
Fir Building, room FR404
PhD, Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2020.
MA, Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2009.
BEd, Intermediate Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, 2007.
BA, East Asian Studies, McGill University, 2006.
Ken Huynh (PhD, University of Toronto, 2020) is a teacher and scholar. Trained as an interdisciplinary cultural studies critic and researcher, his research focuses on racialization and social difference in contemporary nation-states.
Focused especially on structures of representation and feeling, he is particularly interested on how activists and artists provide teacherly and educational examples with their work and art. His pedagogy, research and writing attempts to discusses these interrelated issues in a complex but accessible manner.
At its core, most of my teaching practice centres on using culture to compel students to question what they've assumed to be normal and forever-is and will-be.
I pride myself on providing challenging but comfortable classrooms. I am a demanding but attentive teacher. The baseline values of my classroom are respect and integrity. That said, I employ humour: I tease my students and myself (a lot).