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‘This volume on Community-based research is full of refreshing perspectives from diverse group of scholar-practitioners in Canada… For those whose values direct them to embark on a path toward equity this book is an extremely helpful and unique resource.’

(Elizabeth A. Tyron Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement vol 19:02:2015)

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“Well organized and well conceptualized, Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research strikes a good balance between theory and practical examples. The quality of the organization and of the writing, and the important and fascinating examples of practice, make this one of the most readable research texts I have ever come across.”

(John Holst, College of Education, Leadership, and Counselling, University of St Thomas)|

Learning and Teaching Community-Based Research provides a rich array of cases of CBR that illustrate the field’s breadth and diversity. With its focus on pedagogical approaches and challenges, the book makes an important contribution to the field of CBR.”

(Shauna Butterwick, Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia)
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Catherine Etmanski is a passionate educator.

Inspired by moments when she recognizes the fundamental beauty of humanity--moments of kindness, cooperation, reconciliation, forgiveness, humour, or of reckless abandon--she strives to replicate elements of this beauty in her work as a scholar. She enjoys organizing engaged spaces for growth and, in some cases, radical transformation--spaces that balance deep critical reflection with the joy of learning; that are inclusive and accessible; and that inspire hope for a more compassionate and just world.

She has been part of Royal Roads University's School of Leadership Studies' Core Faculty since January 2012, and first residency Program Head since April 2013. Her areas of focus include arts-based research, learning, activism, and community development; action-oriented and participatory approaches to research; global citizenship; and ecological leadership.

She came to Royal Roads from the University of Victoria, where she taught Leadership in their Faculty of Education. She also taught in UVic's Master's of Community Development and worked closely with their Office of Community Based Research, where she was responsible for public outreach and cross-campus education for faculty, staff, and students interested in campus-community partnerships.

Her scholarly journey has been interdisciplinary in nature: She holds a PhD in Adult Education (UVic), an MA in Community and International Development Planning (UBC), and a BA in Linguistics (SFU). Her (2007) doctoral work employed participatory theatre as a research method with international students.

She has published in areas related to the learning and teaching of action-oriented, community-based participatory research, mindful leadership, environmental adult education, transformative education, and arts-based research.

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