Emmanuel Tabi

Academic title(s): 

Assistant Professor

    Emmanuel Tabi
    Contact Information
    Email address: 
    emmanuel.tabi [at] mcgill.ca

      Dr. Tabi completed his doctoral degree in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at OISE/Univeristy of Toronto. He has also successful completed a post-doctoral appointment through the Black Child and Youth Studies Network at the University of Windsor. Further, Dr. Tabi holds an M.Ed degree in Human Development and Applied Psychology and has extensive teaching experience in sociology, community education and youth studies. Dr. Tabi’s intersectional Black Studies frameworks, strong arts-based and community-engaged scholarship with/in Black communities, and his wide experience working with school boards to address issues of equity, position him at the cutting-edge of crucial education conversations and school-community-university collaborations in Canada. Dr. Tabi has most recently been published within the Peabody Journal of Education, and has an upcoming article within the Comparative Education Review. Dr. Tabi is well-positioned to bring fresh perspectives to our teaching needs in both our teacher education and graduate programs.


      Areas of expertise: 
      • Black Studies
      • Youth Studies
      • Critical Education
      • Community Education
      • Cultural Production
      • Black Masculinity
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