Workshop: Race in Pedagogy and Curriculum
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from 12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
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In Spring 2013, the OFD continues to sponsor discussions on the importance of race in pedagogy and curriculum. On March 6, Dr. Keisha-Khan Y. Perry from Africana Studies at Brown University will give a talk, “Teaching Anti-Racism, Restoring Justice: Towards a Pedagogy of Social Change.” Dr. Perry works on the interrelationship between scholarship, pedagogy, and political engagement and is the author of Anthropology for Liberation: An Humanistic Approach to Research, Writing and Teaching (forthcoming). The talk will be followed by a discussion.
Keisha-Khan Y. Perry (Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, Anthropology, 2005) is Assistant Professor of Africana Studies and specializes in the critical study of race, gender, and politics in the Americas with a particular focus on black women’s activism, urban geography and questions of citizenship, feminist theories, intellectual history and disciplinary formations, and the interrelationship between scholarship, pedagogy, and political engagement. She has conducted extensive research in Mexico, Jamaica, Belize, Brazil, Argentina, and the United States.
Lunch will be provided, if you wish to attend, please RSVP to Sandy Viveiros at email@example.com or 9182.
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