Basmah Rahman's research focuses on Canadian Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) literature and intersections of identity representation within public education systems. As an Ontario Certified Teacher and English Language Learner's instructor, Basmah prioritizes inclusive literacy models to further student engagement and representation in classrooms. She is interested in anti-oppressive teaching pedagogies that centre community engagement.
Canadian Literatures, Canadian Education, Diaspora Studies, Pedagogy, Anti-Oppression
My doctoral research analyzes the intersections of Canadian literatures and education using an inter-disciplinary framework of literary and pedagogical studies.