Associate Professor, Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education
Before joining the Faculty of Education at Brock, Dr. McGray was an Assistant Professor (LTA) at Concordia University in Montreal. His university career in teaching and research has spanned the West Indies, Alberta, Quebec, Ontario, and Nova Scotia.
Having earned a PhD from the University of Alberta in Theoretical, Cultural, and International Studies in Education, his work focuses on the articulation of social theory and critical public pedagogy. His research and writing has garnered numerous awards and accolades including funding from SSHRC. Dr. McGray is also an Associate Editor with The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education.
Dr. McGray’s current research projects examine how debt and austerity agendas impact learners. He is also a primary investigator on a grant that aims to provide teachers and community educators tools to engage people with social media to counter hate-speech.
Past research projects have examined Karl Marx’s writings on the Paris Commune, educational philosophers and their views on music as a pedagogical tool, learning and urban development, as well as adult education and mental health.
- Ph.D. (University of Alberta) Theoretical, Cultural and International Studies in Education.
- Master of Arts in Education (Mount Saint Vincent University).
- Bachelor of Arts (Dalhousie University).
- Certificate in Adult Education (Dalhousie University).