Dr. Theodore Christou is a Professor of Social Studies and History Education at Queen’s University as well as the Associate Dean of Graduate Studies in the Faculty of Education. Theodore is a poet, historian, and philosopher of education. As an interdisciplinary education scholar, Dr. Christou has edited journals including the Canadian Journal of Education andAntistasis, while publishing more than ten academic books, ranging from international handbooks of history to school textbooks used across the province of Ontario. His academic and professional work is rooted in a belief in education’s transformational potential and in the articulation of philosophy as a purposeful way of living in the world. Dr. Christou is a member of the Ontario College of Teachers and the College of Early Childhood Educators. Along with his years of academic service at Queen’s University and at the University of New Brunswick, Dr. Christou has lectured and taught internationally, supporting Greek language education in particular.