Canadian Social Studies is an indexed, refereed journal published quarterly on-line at the University of Alberta. It is a journal of comment and criticism on social education and publishes articles on curricular issues relating to history, geography, social sciences, and social studies.

Editors:
Dr. Kent den Heyer
Dr. Carla L. Peck

Editorial Assistants:
Lindsay Herriot
David Scott

Special Issue Call:
R. I. Simon: A pedagogy of public possibility

Current Issue: Volume 46, Number 1

Was Columbus a Hero? A Study of Students who have been Confronted with Multiple Historical Narratives
Scott Pollack - 1

The Unofficial Federal School Curriculum in Canada: Issues and Implications for Quebec Education
Anthony Di Mascio - 15

Teaching Aboriginal perspectives: An investigation into teacher practices amidst curriculum change
David Scott - 31

The Canadian Heritage Committee Kerfuffle: A History Educator's Take
Lindsay Gibson - 44

Book Review: The Big Six Historical Thinking Concepts
John Meyers - 52