Shannon Moore, Ph.D.

Faculty of Social Sciences - Child and Youth Studies




Shannon Moore, Ph.D.

Director, Centre for Women's and Gender Studies
Associate Professor, Dept. of Child & Youth Studies

MC D 330 
Phone (905) 688-5550, Ext.5396
Email: smoore@brocku.ca

Shannon Moore is Director of the Centre for Women's and Gender Studies and Associate Professor, Dept. of Child & Youth Studies, Brock University, Canada. Shannon holds a PhD in Counselling Psychology and her standpoint is shaped by critical pedagogy. Her scholarship integrates transdisciplinary thinking with an emphasis on community-based implementation of restorative practices as well as UN human rights and justice instruments. As a clinical counsellor, Shannon has practiced within educational, social service, mental health and correctional service contexts in Canada and the UK. 

Academic Positions and Affiliations

  • Centre for Woman's Studies, Brock University
  • Department of Child and Youth Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Brock University
  • MA Program in Social Justice and Equity Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Brock University
  • Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies Faculty of Education, Brock University
  • Interdisciplinary Humanities Doctoral Program, FOH, Brock University
     

Recent Publications

 
Books
 
Mitchell, R.C. & Moore, S.A. (2012) Introduction: Politics, Participation & Power Relations:  Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship, In R.C. Mitchell & S.A. Moore (Eds.). Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship, Sense Publications, Rotterdam/Taipei. pp. 1-8.
 
Moore, S. A. & Mitchell, R. C. (Eds.). (2008). Power, Pedagogy and Praxis Social Justice in the Globalized Classroom, Sense Publications, Rotterdam/Taipei. 
 
Book chapters
 
Mitchell, R.C. & Moore, S.A. (2012). Introduction: Politics, Participation & Power Relations ~ Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship, In R.C.Mitchell & S.A. Moore (Eds.). Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship, Sense Publications, Rotterdam/Taipei. pp. 1-8.

 

Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R.C. (2012). Transdisciplinary Approaches to Young People’s Citizenship: From Bystanders to Action, In R.C. Mitchell & S.A. Moore (Eds.). Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship, Sense Publications, Rotterdam/Taipei.pp. 183-206.

 

Moore, S. A. & Mitchell, R. C. (2011). Rights-Based Restorative Justice in Canada: From Silence to Citizenship. In M. Freeman (Ed.). Current Legal Issues. Oxford University Press, Oxford. pp.202-218.
 
Moore, S. A. & Mitchell, R. C. (2011). Human Rights within/without Education: A Critical Pedagogy for Troubling Times. In J.A. Kentel (Ed.) An Ethics of Care: Educating the Young. Peter Lang, Oxford. pp. 189-210.
 
Mitchell, R. C. & Moore, S.A. (2008). Introduction: Power, Pedagogy and Praxis- Towards Common Ground. In Moore, S. A. & Mitchell, R. C. (Eds.). Power, Pedagogy and Praxis: Social Justice in the Globalized Classroom, Sense Publications, Rotterdam/TaiPei, pp. 1-18.
 
Moore, S. A., Mitchell, R. C. & Melchior, L. (2008). Rights-Based Critical Disability Studies: Enabled Citizenship? In Moore, S. A. & Mitchell, R. C. (Eds.). Power, Pedagogy and Praxis: Social Justice in the Globalized Classroom. Sense Publications, Rotterdam/TaiPei, pp. 233-246.
 
Moore, S.A. (2008 a). Social Justice and Education in a World Fit for Children? In J. A. Kentel & A. Short (Eds.)Totems and Taboos Risk and Relevance in Research on Teachers and Teaching. Sense Publications, Rotterdam, pp. 17-29.
 
Moore, S.A. (2007). Restorative Justice. In R. B. Howe and K. Covell (Eds.), A Question of Commitment: Children's Rights in Canada (Wilfrid Laurier University: Waterloo, ON), pp. 179-208.
 
 
Moore, S A . & Mitchell, R. C. (2007). Rights Based Restorative Justice: Towards Critical Praxis with Young People in Conflict with the Law. In A. Ang,I. Delens-Ravier, M. Delplace, C. Herman, D. Reynaert, V. Staelens, R. Steel and M. Verheyde (Eds.), The UN Children's Rights Convention: theory meets practice. Proceedings of the International Interdisciplinary Conference on Children's Rights, 18- 19 May 2006, Ghent , Belgium. Mortsel, Belgium: Intersentia, pp. 549-563.
 
Moore, S. A. (2006). Transdisciplinary Critical Multicultural Pedagogy in Canadian Higher Education, in Dawn Zinga (Ed.). Navigating Multiculturalism. ( Cambridge Scholars Press: Newcastle , UK ), pp. 126-139.
 
Moore, S.A. (2004).Towards An Integrated Perspective: Restorative Justice, Cross-Cultural Counselling and School-Based Programming. In M. H. France, M.C. Roderiguez & G. G. Hett (Eds.). Diversity, Culture and Counselling: A Canadian perspective. Calgary, AB: Detselig, pp. 347-355.
 
Articles in peer-refereed journals
 
Moore, S.A (2011). Preface: Social Justice in Child, Youth and Family Studies. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies, 2 (3/4), pp. 353-360.
 
Moore, S.A., Gegieckas, T., Marval, L., McCauley, H. & Peloquin, S. (2011). Constructing Critical Citizenship Education with Young People: Alternative Pedagogies. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies,  2 (3/4), pp. 494-509.
 
Moore, S.A . & Mitchell, R.C. (2010). Theorizing Rights-Based Restorative Justice: The Canadian Context. International Journal of Children’s Rights, 18(4), pp. 1-25.
 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R.C. (2009). Rights-Based Restorative Justice: Evaluating Compliance with International Standards. Youth Justice, 9(1), pp. 27-43.
 
Moore, S.A., Melchior, L. & Davis, J. (2008). Me and the 5 P's: Negotiating Rights-Based Critical Disabilities Studies and Social Inclusion. International Journal of Children’s Rights,16(4), pp. 249-262.
 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R.C. (2007). "Herstelrecht volgens de mensenrechtenprincipes" (or "Rights-based Restorative Justice", Het Tijdschrift voor Jeugdrecht en Kinderrechten (or TJK - Flemish Journal for Youth and Children's Law) 5(4): pp. 251-259.
 
Moore, S. A. , Tulk, W. & Mitchell, R.C. (2005). Qallunaat Crossing: The Southern Northern Divide and Promising Practices for Canada 's Inuit Young People. First Peoples Child and Family Review, 2(1), pp. 117- 129.

Conference Presentations
 
Moore S. A. & Mtichell R. (June 3, 2013). Radical Listening: Transdisciplinarity, Restorative Justice, Change, Women’s and Gender Studies et Recherches Feministes, Federation of the Social Sciences and Humanites Congress 2013, @The Edge, University of Victoria.

 

 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R. C. (July 5-6, 2010). Rights Based Restorative in Canada: From Silence to Citizenship, Current Legal Issues Colloquium 2010, Faculty of Laws, University College London, UK.
 
Mitchell, R. C. & Moore, S.A. (June 8-11, 2010). The UN Convention o the Rights of the Child: A Transdisciplinary tool for Democratic Citizenship Education, International Journal of Arts and Sciences (IJAS) Conference for Academic Disciplines, Aix-en-Provence, France.
 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R. C. (May 20-23, 2009). International Standards, Local Realities: A Grounded Theory Approach to Rights-Based Restorative Justice in Canada. 5th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R. C. (October 2008). Rights Based Restorative Praxis: From Compliance to International Standards to Local Program Evaluation. 2008 International Institute of Restorative Justice World Conference, October 22-24, Toronto, ON. 
 
Moore, S.A. (October 2008). Reconnecting with Self and Community: Counselling Praxis meets Restorative Practice. 2008 International Institute of Restorative Justice World Conference, October 22-24, Toronto, ON.  
 
Moore, S.A. & Mitchell, R.C. (April 2008). Paper Presentation--Rights Based Restorative Praxis: Promoting Compliance with International Standards. Youth Justice 2008: Measuring Compliance with International Standards, Faculty of Law, University College Cork, Ireland.
 
Moore, S.A. (July 2007). Keynote Address —Social Justice and the Globalized Classroom. Totems and Taboos Risk and Relevance in Research on Teachers and Teaching, ISATT, Brock University, Canada.    
 
Mitchell, R. C. & Moore, S.A. (July 2007) Paper Presentation--Searching for Common Ground: Power, Pedagogy & Praxis in the Globalized Classroom. ISATT, Brock University, Canada. (50% contribution).
 
Moore, S.A. (May 2007). Paper Presentation--Restorative Practices & Social Justice in Counselling Praxis. Canadian Counselling Association/BC Counselling Association, Connecting with our Clients: Counselling in the 21st Century, Vancouver, Canada.
 
Moore, S.A. (July 2006). Paper Presentation--Making It Right: Rights Based Restorative Justice in Canada. Paper presented at Investment and Citizenship: Towards a Transdisciplinary Dialogue on Child and Youth Rights, Brock, University, Canada.
 
Moore, S.A. (May 2006) Paper Presentation--Inciting a Rights Based Restorative Justice Dialogue in Canada with Young People. The UN Children's Rights Convention: theory meets practice. International Interdisciplinary Conference on Children’s Rights, 18-19 May 2006, Ghent, Belgium.


 
Community Resources

Rights Based Restorative Practice Evaluation ToolKit (Moore, 2008) ~Available at the following Websites

University of Minnesota Human Rights Centre http://www1.umn.edu/humanrts/links/RBRJ%20toolkit.pdf

International Youth Justice Observatory in Brussels, Belgium http://www.oijj.org/documental_ficha.php?rel=SI&cod=2077&pag=030200&pags=0&idioma=es


Professional Association

Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association
http://www.ccacc.ca/home.html

Counsellors for Social Justice ~ Chapter of Canadian Counselling Association
http://sj-cca.wikidot.com/

Women's and Gender Studies et Recherches Feministes 
http://www.wgsrf.com/