Shannon Moore

Professor, Department of Child and Youth Studies

Office: CRN 337A
905-688-5550 x5396
smoore@brocku.ca

Shannon A. Moore is a Professor in the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Brock University. Dr. Moore’s scholarship is rooted in transdisciplinary social justice and focusses on the intersections of restorative justice, mental health, well-being and human rights in theory, policy, practice and through university-community partnerships (https://brocku.ca/social-justice-research-institute/smun/). Dr. Moore holds a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology and is a nationally registered clinical counsellor (since 2000) and a registered psychotherapist with the Ontario College of Psychotherapists (2017). Her practice-base experience extends across community, educational, social service, mental health and justice contexts in Canada and the UK.

Restorative justice practices in education, justice and community settings; International standards for justice and human rights; counselling psychology, mental health and well-being; critical pedagogy; intersectionality; transdisciplinary praxis; qualitative methodologies.

Books

  • R.C. Mitchell & S.A. Moore (Eds. 2015) Planetary Praxis and Pedagogy: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Sustainability. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers. Please visit: http://tinyurl.com/qj8q8o2for details.
  • R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (Eds. 2012). Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship in the Classroom and Community. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
  • S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (Eds. 2008). Power, Pedagogy and Praxis: Social Justice in the Globalized Classroom. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.

Selected Book Chapters

  • S.A. Moore (in press). Youth People, Justice, and Children’s Rights In Canada: Critical Reflections At The Edge Of Abeyant Action. In T. Waldock (Ed.). The Status of Children in Canada: A Children’s Right’s Analysis, and the publisher is Canadian Scholars Press.
  • S.A. Moore (2017). CH. 1. Restorative Justice Education, Policy & Practice: Transdisciplinary Reflections on Mental Health Implications. In, J. Evans (Ed.) Restorative and Transitional Justice: Perspectives, Progress and Considerations for the Future. pp. 1-24. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers, INC.
  • R.C. Mitchell & S.A. Moore (2016). Restorative Justice and Transdisciplinary Praxis: A Framework for Moving Forward in School Mental Health Promotion” in R. J. Waller (Ed. 2016) Mental Health Promotion in Schools: Special Topics, Special Challenges, 2nd Volume, an E-Series, ental Health Promotion in Schools. pp. 3-29. by Bentham Science eBooks.
  • S.A. Moore & R.C. Mitchell (2015) “Introduction and Overview of Volume” in R.C. Mitchell and S.A. Moore (Eds. 2015), Planetary Praxis and Pedagogy: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Sustainability, pp. 1-8. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
  • R.C. Mitchell & S.A. Moore (2015) “Planetary Praxis and Pedagogy: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Sustainability”, in R.C. Mitchell and S.A. Moore (Eds. 2015), Planetary Praxis and Pedagogy: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Environmental Sustainability, pp. 9-40. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
  • R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (2012). Introduction. In R. C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (Eds.), Politics, Participation & Power Relations: Transdisciplinary Approaches to Critical Citizenship in the Classroom and Community, pp. 1-7. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
  • S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (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 in the Classroom and Community, pp. 183-205. Rotterdam, Boston and Taipei: Sense Publishers.
  • S. A. Moore & R. C. Mitchell (2012). Rights-based Restorative Justice in Canada: From Silence to Citizenship. In Oxford Law and Childhood Studies Current Legal Issues Volume 14 Edited by Professor Michael Freeman on behalf of The Faculty of Laws, University College London, pp. 202-218. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Selected Journal Articles

  • S.A. Moore (accepted). Radical Listening: Transdisciplinary Childhood Studies, Counselling,And Restorative Justice Praxis. World Futures: The Journal of New Paradigm Research, Routledge.
  • L.B. Clarysse & S.A. Moore (2017, in press). Restorative Justice, Peacebuilding Practices, and Educational Praxis: Critical Analysis of Canadian and United Kingdom Discourses. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 14(5). ISBN#1913-8059
  • R.C. Mitchell & S. A. Moore (2015). Muse, Ruse and Subterfuge: Transdisciplinary Praxis in Ontario’s PSE? Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies 37(5): 393-413.