Faculty & School/Dept
- Critical Issues in Leadership and Community Engagement (GS/EDUC 7000)
- Educating for Activism (ED/EDST 4010)
- Enacting Leadership and Policy (GS/EDUC 7010)
- Teaching for Diverse & Equitable Classrooms in Ontario (ED/EDFE 3100)
- Shah, V. & Grimaldos, D. (2023). Rising Up: Collectivizing, Strategizing, and Forging Solidarities among Parents and Caregivers Leading for Racial Justice (Sonya Douglass (Guest Editor), Rosa L. Rivera-McCutchen (Guest Editor), Ann M. Ishimaru (Guest Edito, Ed.) Voices in Urban Education, 51 (1). doi:https://doi.org/10.35240/vue.20.
- Shah. V (2023). Topographies of research as relational: Exploring the politics and ethics of positionality & relationality in research processes. In M.D. Young & S. Diem (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of critical education research (pp. 810-833). USARoutledge
- Shah, V., Aoudeh, N., Cuglievan-Mindreau, G., & Flessa, J. (2023). Tempering Applied Critical Leadership: The Im/Possibilities of Leading for Racial Justice in School Districts Educational Administration Quarterly, 59 (1), 179-217. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/0013161X221137877.
- Shah, V. & chanicka, j. (2023). Brown Identities, Complicities, and Complexities: Towards Brown-Black Solidarities Journal of Critical Race Inquiry, 10 (1), 1-26. doi:https://jcri.ca/index.php/CRI/article/view/15355.
- Shah, V. (2022). Critical, interconnected approaches to professional engagements. The Journal of Educational Foundations, 35 (1), 52-79.
- Shah, V., Cuglievan-Mindreau, G., & Flessa, J. (2022). Reflecting on race: Reviewing 25 years of district leadership in Ontario Canadian Journal of Education Administration and Policy (198), 35-54.
- Shah, V., Aoudeh, N., Cuglievan-Mindreau, G., & Flessa, J. (2022). Subverting whiteness and amplifying anti-racisms: mid-level district leadership for racial justice Journal of School Leadership. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/10526846221095752.
- Shah, V., Grimaldos, D. (2022). Lies, denials, and cover-ups: The pervasiveness of whiteness in school districts relations with Black and racialized parents Urban Education. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/00420859221095004.
- Shah, V. & Tuters. S. (2022). Social justice teaching and leadership in higher education: Decentering whiteness and addressing alt-right resistance. In A. G. Proulx & C.M. Shields (Eds.), Leading for equity and social justice: Systemic transformation in Canadian education (pp. Chapter 7). Toronto, Ontario, Canada: University of Toronto Press
- Shah, V. (2021). In/Visible POC: Narratives of a Brown professor in teacher education Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies, 22 (2), 204-213. doi:https://doi.org/10.1177/15327086211051787.
- Shah, V. (2021). The case against exoticism: Troubling "identity" in identity-based data collection. In S. Schecter & C. James (Eds.), Critical approaches toward a cosmopolitan education (pp. 101-118). Routledge
- Shah. V. (2020). The (un)intended outcomes of educational policy for equity on family and community engagement. In S. Winton & G. Parekh (Eds.), Critical perspectives on education policy and schools, families and communities (pp. 161-182). Charlotte, NC, United States: Information Age Publishing
- Shah, V & Peek, M. (2020). Mythologies of "we": Whiteness in cross-racial solidarity work19 (1), 41-54.
- Shah, V. (2019). Calling in the self: Centering Socially Engaged Buddhism in critical pedagogy through personal narrative The International Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 10 (2), 45-67.
- Shah, V (2018). Different numbers, different stories: Problematizing "gaps" in Ontario and the TDSB Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy (187), 31-47.
- Shah, V. (2018). Leadership for social justice through the Lens of Self- Identified, Racially and Other-Privileged Leaders Journal of Global Citizenship & Equity Education, 6 (1).
- Graduate Teaching Award, Faculty of Education, York University - 2023
- Mentor of the Year, Leaders and Legends Award, OISE/UT - 2022