Hans Skott-Myhre is a Professor in the Child and Youth Studies Department at Brock University. He is cross appointed to the graduate program in Popular Culture as well as being core faculty for the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Humanities and adjunct faculty in the Child and youth Care program at the University of Victoria. His undergraduate work was in comparative literature and he holds a M.Ed. in Educational Psychology, both from the University of Washington. His doctoral work includes two Ph.D.’s from the University of Minnesota. The first is in Adult Education and a second from the Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature Department in Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society. Research interests include radical and political approaches to youth/adult relations, subcultures, critical disability studies and anti-psychiatry, post-capitalist subjectivity, post-Marxist politics, undoing whiteness, and political readings of popular culture. He is the author of Youth Subcultures as Creative Force: Creating New Spaces for Radical Youth Work, co-author with Chris Richardson of Habitus of the Hood and co-editor with K. Gharabaghi and M. Krueger of With Children and Youth. He has published multiple articles, reviews and book chapters.
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