Suzanne Majhanovich is Professor Emerita/Adjunct Research Professor at the Faculty of Education, Western University in London, Ontario, Canada.
She is the past Chair of the WCCES Standing Committee for Publications and the former editor of the journal Canadian and International Education. With Allan Pitman, she is the co-editor of the Series A Diversity of Voices published by Sense. She has served as guest editor of four special issues of the International Review of Education related to presentations from the World Congresses of Education held in Havana, Cuba; Sarajevo, Bosnia; Istanbul, Turkey and Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her research interests include first and second language acquisition, the teaching of English as a Foreign Language in international contexts, globalization, education restructuring, decentralization and privatization of education.
Cristaldi, M., Majhanovich, S., & Pampanini, G. (Eds.). (2017). The orbital classroom. Global teachers committed to global democracy. Tehran, Iran: Nahj Al-Bakaghah International Research Institute.
Geo-JaJa, M. A., & Majhanovich, S. (2017). The promise and pitfalls of development aid: The elusive goal of aid that helps people help themselves. World Studies in Education, 18(1), 37-59.
Majhanovich, S., & Deyrich, M.-C. (Eds.). (2017). Special issue: Language learning to support active social inclusion: Issues and challenges for lifelong learning. International Review of Education: Journal of Lifelong Learning, 63(3-4).
Geo-JaJa, M. A., & Majhanovich, S. (Eds.). (2016). Effects of Globalization on Education Systems and Development: Debates and Issues. Springer.
Gonçalves, S., & Majhanovich, S. (Eds.). (2016). Art and intercultural dialogue. Sense.
Majhanovich, S., & Malet, R. (Eds.). (2015). Building democracy through education on diversity. Sense.