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Wednesday, January 27, 2021 at 3:30pm to 5:00pmVirtual Event
The workshop aims to offer an understanding of race, racism, and the particular racial formations embedded in the classroom and a discussion on ways to apply anti-racist pedagogy to courses in Asian studies. With scholars of Asian culture, history, and language participating, this workshop opens discussions on the challenges of incorporating anti-racist pedagogy into our classrooms to overcome both perceived personal and institutional barriers and on practical strategies and models of intentional anti-racist curriculum. The topics of discussion include teaching models of anti-racist and social justice, syllabus-making, selection of teaching materials, challenges and problems in the classroom, etc.
EAP Faculty host: Suyoung Son (Asian Studies)
Panelists include: Naoki Sakai (Asian Studies), TJ Hinrichs (History), Christine Balance (Performing & Media Arts), Ivanna Yi (Asian Studies), Stephanie Divo (Asian Studies), and Razima Chowdhury (Asian Studies)
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