SOCI2000 | Foundations of Sociological Inquiry, Carleton University
SOCI3044 | Sociology of Sex and Sexuality, Carleton University
3600-300-DW | Quantitative Methods, Dawson College, Montreal
SOCI404 | Sociology of Intersectional Feminism, Carleton University
LOYC 298-02 | Black Montreal, Concordia University
SOCI/ANTH 230 | Race and Ethnic Relations, Concordia University
Dei-Sharpe, J, and M. Lafrance. 2024. “Black Men and Emotional Expression: Understanding Intimate Masculinities in Mainstream Rap”. The Forgotten Realities of Men. University of British Columbia Press.
Dei-Sharpe, J, and K. Manning. 2024. ‘Reworlding Canadian Universities through Student Leadership’, Feministing in Political Science, edited by A, Cattapan, E, Tungohan, N, Nath, F, MacDonald and S, Paterson, 1-17, The University of Alberta Press.
Dei-Sharpe, J., Crandall, K., Ford, J., Jreidini, N., Ozyonum, E. & Sidibé, H. 2024. “Addressing Biases through Decoloniality in STEM: A Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue,” Handbook on Equity-Oriented, Discipline-Based STEM Education Research edited by G. Cochran and J. Adams. 1-27. Springer Nature Group.
Dei-Sharpe, J., and E. Ozyonum. 2024. ‘Beyond Equity: A Case of Student- Led Activism in a Canadian (Quebec) University’ The Bloomsbury Handbooks of Crises and Transformative Leadership in Higher Education, edited by Y. Waghid, and M. Drinkwater, London: Bloomsbury Academic Press.
Humanizing Education: Adopting a Decolonial Approach to the Syllabus 2022 ASHE American Studies of Higher Education Conference, Las Vegas (invited) (Nov 2022)
The Everyday Application of Science: Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue with Emerging Researchers 2022 SALTISE Supporting Active Learning & Technological Innovation in Studies of Education Conference: The Role of Active Learning in Today’s Educational Realities, Montreal (June 2022)
Cultivating an Aspiring Decolonial Pedagogy within the Academy CIES Comparative and International Education Society Conference 2022 Illuminating the Power of Idea/llsm, virtual (April 2022)
Decolonizing Curriculum and Pedagogy: One Syllabus at a Time CIES Comparative and International Education Society Conference 2022 Illuminating the Power of Idea/llsm, virtual (April 2022)
Grounding Black Studies in Canadian Universities’ The Black Canadian Studies Conference: Asserting Black Life, Insisting on Black Freedom, Imagining the Decolonial, Demanding Reparations and State/Institutional Accountability, University of British Columbia, Vancouver (June 2019)
Rap and Modern Love: The Expression of Intimate Masculinity in Mainstream Rap The Black Canadian Studies Conference, Asserting Black Life, Insisting on Black Freedom, Imagining the Decolonial, Demanding Reparations and State/Institutional Accountability, Vancouver (Jun 2019)
Awards & Funding
My work is made possible through the support, collaborations and funding from generous sponsors, invigorating teams, and dedicated mentors.
Queen Elizabeth Scholars (QES) Research Fellow
QES-Advanced Scholars West Africa (QES-AS-WA) Program on Global Gender Equity and Decolonization, Concordia University, and the University of Ghana.
Students as Educational Innovators Award
The Students as Educational Innovators Award is awarded for the promotion of academic excellence and the use of innovative pedagogies.
Graduate Student Award of Merit
Established to recognize women that have demonstrated outstanding leadership in their University and the community.
Funding provided to Concordia students and researchers to help contribute knowledge for a more equitable, sustainable society.
Carolyn & Richard Renaud Scholarship
The Carolyn and Richard Renaud Scholarship is bestowed upon students who are progressing pedagogy in impactful ways.
Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship
The Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship supports the development of research skills and assists in the training of the Ph.D program.
Graduate Community Building Fund
Funding provided for projects that improve the wellness of the target community, is led by students, contributes to the professional development of students and benefits the Concordia community.
MA Sociology Graduate with Great Distinction
Graduated with academic honours and a CGPA of great distinction.
Susan Russell Memorial Graduate Award
Awarded to graduate students in sociology with the values exemplified by the late Professor Susan Russell.
HBA (Sociology Specialist) Graduate with High Distinction
Graduated with academic honours and CGPA of high distinction.
Dean's List Scholar
Dean's list for high cumulative grade point average.