Academic Title: Associate Professor, Department of General Education
Areas of Instruction: The Philosophy of Hope, Canadian Social Policy, Social Work Practice, Indigenous Knowledge and Practice, Leadership
Interpretive Phenomenological Research
Indigenous Knowledge and Practice
Professional Community Service Interests
Organizational and Community Change Initiatives
- Gallop, C. J. (2019). Insinuating: Understanding approaches to critical practice. In S. A. Webb (Ed.) The Routledge handbook of critical social work (1st ed.). Taylor & Francis
- Gallop, C. J. (2018). Lost and finding: Experiences of newly graduated critical social workers. Critical Social Work, 19(1), 43-63.
- Gallop, C. J., & Bastien, N. (2016). Supporting Success: Aboriginal Students in Higher Education. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46(2), 206-224.
- Gallop, C. J. (2013). Knowing nothing: Understanding new critical social work practice. Journal of Applied Hermeneutics, 1-20.
- Tomaszewski, A.E., Powell, T., Gallop, C., London, C., & Giles, S. (2011). The university experience of underrepresented groups: The case of aboriginal students in Canada. International Journal of Arts and Science, 4(17), 333-344.
- Gallop, C., & Este, D. (2007). Multicultural Organizational Development: The fundamental transformation of social work education. The International Journal of Diversity in Organisations, Communities and Nations, 6(4), 107-118.
- (2019). How Critical Indigenous Methodologies Can Help us Better Understand the Long-Term Impacts of Culturally Responsive Schooling and Success with Indigenous Learners. Congress of the Humanities, Vancouver, BC.
- Page, S. (2017). Secondary Data Use Considerations in Social Science Research. Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards, Halifax, NS. 2017 National Conference and Annual General Meeting. (Role: Co-Author).
- 2017, September 15. A Community-Engaged Approach to Understanding Hope and Hopelessness in Canadian Indigenous Youth. Paper presented at the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, Galway, Ireland. 2017 IARSLCE Annual Conference.
- 2016, November 18th. “Experiential learning and the impact on professional identity development of undergraduate social work students: Comparing service learning to traditional practica”. Will be presented at the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSCE): Revolutionary scholarship: Innovation of community engagement models, Boston, MA.
- 2015, October 2nd “How Community service learning contributes to the development of professional identity in social work and nursing students”. Presented at the International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement (IARSCE): Reaping with we sow: Growing a culture of community engagement, New Orleans, LA.
- 2014, June 8. "Supporting Aboriginal Success". Presented to CACUSS. Presented at Navigating Change: Campus, Culture, Community, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Co-presenter: Bastien, N.
- 2010, June 7. "Increasing Interest for Reluctant Students: Revamping an Unpopular Social Work Course". Presented to Social work educators. Presented at Solidarity for Social Justice: 7th Annual Acess Conference, Montreal, Quebec. Co-presenter: Guthrie, B.