Publications

Non-Refereed Publications

Farhadi. B. (2020) Online education during COVID-19, Education Forum. The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation/ FEESO. November 26.

Farhadi, B. (2020) Concurrent classrooms are a failed response to COVID-19 pressures, Behind the Numbers. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. November 5.

Farhadi, B. (2020) Getting it Right: Online Learning in Public Schools,
The Broadbent Blog. Broadbent Institute. September 3.

Farhadi, B. (2020) Ontario school reopening plan leaves unanswered questions. First Policy Response. Ryerson University. July 31

Farhadi, B. (2020) Educating Ontario Students During Covid-19,The Broadbent Blog. Broadbent Institute. April 19.

Farhadi, B. (2019) “The Short Sighted Vision of Conservative Education Policy,The Broadbent Blog. Broadbent Institute. November 27.

Farhadi, B. (2019) “In Doug Ford’s e-learning gamble, high school students will lose,” The Conversation: Canadian Edition. October 17.

Farhadi, B. (2019) “Technology for Good? 5 Things to Know about E-Learning in Ontario,” Behind the Numbers. The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. June 7.

Refereed Publications

Seitz, D. and Farhadi, B. (2019) Guest Editors for Special Issue: “Desiring Politics and the Politics of Desire,” Emotion, Space and Society, 31: 102-104.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1755458617301019   

Farhadi, B. (2019). “A Psychoanalytic Inquiry into Teaching in the Online Classroom,” in production for special issue: “Desiring Politics and the Politics of Desire,” Emotion, Space and Society, 31: 112-119.

Farhadi, B. (2018). Narratives of Safety on Social Media: The Case of# mysafetyselfie. The Professional Geographer, 70(1), 140-149.

Farhadi, B. (2017). Review of Bodies: Bodies, Screens, Space, by Robyn Longhurst. Gender, Space & Culture. Advanced published online.

Farhadi, B. (2017). Review of Networked Affect, eds.  Ken Hills, Susanna Paasonen, and Michael Petit. Emotion, Space and Society, Volume 22, Pages 23-24.

Anthology Chapter

Farhadi, B. (2016) “Identity and the City: Thinking Through Diversity,” in Subdivided: City-Building in an Age of Hyper-Diversity, eds. Jay Pitter and John Lornic, 13-30. Toronto, Coach House Books, 2016.
https://chbooks.com/content/download/4855/64668/version/1/file/9781552453322_Subdivided_excerpt.pdf

Presentations & Podcasts