Lori Macintosh, PhD

MET Lecturer

Email: lori.macintosh@ubc.ca

MET Courses: ETEC 500, ETEC 510, ETEC 531

Web / Social: https://loribmacintosh.com/

Lori B. MacIntosh is an instructor, writer, researcher, and curriculum designer who currently lives and works in Vancouver, BC. In 2013, she graduated with a Ph.D in Sociology of Education from The University of British Columbia (UBC). She works as a Lecturer at UBC in the Faculty of Education and in the Social Justice Institute.

Her research interests include critical studies in gender and sexuality, youth media, curriculum design, popular culture, and the intersecting realms of social justice theory. Lori has authored numerous articles critically examining educational strategies for teaching with and for LGBTQ2+ youth, youth media production, and youth and media literacies. Lori is committed to working in the community and serves on several local non-profits: Out On Screen, The Binners’ Project, and CampOUT!

When she’s not teaching or at a board meeting, Lori can be found spending time in the garden or with her dog – an always entertaining Staffordshire terrier named “Oban.”