Enseignement (He/Him)

Professor, Université de Sherbrooke
  • Canada

About Enseignement

Obrillant Damus is an associate professor at the University of de Sherbrooke, where he supervises doctoral work. His research interests include disability, solidarity, education for love, human vulnerability, peace education, home childbirth, local and indigenous knowledge, women’s rape, breastfeeding, regenerative and restorative pedagogies, education for a global conscience and more. He is the author and co-author of numerous works in French, English, Haitian Creole, and Spanish, some of which have been published by UNESCO. He has been a visiting professor and lecturer in many countries. Trained in language sciences, education sciences and socio-anthropology (PhD), ProfessorDamus is a peasant researcher whose work is strongly rooted in interdisciplinarity. His peasant origins and his frequent visits to the West have enabled him to produce original works. He is the principal editor of the journal Anthropologie des savoirs des Suds, published by Éditions de l’Université de Sherbrooke (ÉDUS)

Recent Comments

Mar 28, 2024

Hi Jennifer,

I would like to invite you to discover this text, which focuses on a fascinating theme:

Damus, O. Regenerative and restorative pedagogy: The foundation of a new contract for cognitive justice. Prospects (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11125-024-09683-y


Best regards.

Obrillant Damus.

Mar 25, 2024


I'm pleased to inform you of the publication of this article in Prospects journal, which may be of interest to you: Regenerative and restorative pedagogy: The foundation of a new contract for cognitive justice | PROSPECTS (springer.com)

Best regards.

Obrillant Damus. 


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