In this journal issue, we offer some critically engaged articles. In particular, James Czank questions if Canadian radical humanities programs are emancipatory in approach; Kim Browning examines perceptions of university faculty toward recognition of prior learning; Kathy Snow and Janice Tulk explore intergenerational learning and community action; William Kops investigates age-friendly universities in Canada; Jaswant Kaur Bajwa et al. study a trauma-informed educational support program for refugees; and Kaela Jubas examines the gendered and racialized spaces that occupy a football team’s advertisement in Calgary. Each article shares a useful perspective about adult and continuing education, and challenges us to learn.
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