PANEL/ROUNDTABLE: Pluriversal Designs: Creating Anti-racist communities of practice (90 min)

Authors

  • Shelley Wong
  • Dawn Hathaway
  • R. Pierre Rodgers
  • Sujin Kim
  • Nader Ayish
  • Anwar Abdel Razeq Hussein

Abstract

Faculty members from CEHD and invited faculty members from other universities use their study of two books Arturo Escobar’s (2018) "Designs for the Pluriverse: Radical Interdependence, Autonomy, and the Making of Worlds" and Ibram X. Kendi’s (2019) "How to be an Antiracist" as a springboard for discussing the transformation of their teaching. Each panelist shares challenges from their own experiences in teaching sensitive topics as they address antiracism in their teaching of undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of Sports, Teacher Education in Technology and Curriculum Design, and Critical Discourse Analysis an Advanced Research Methods course for doctoral students.

Author Biographies

Shelley Wong

College of Education and Human Development

Dawn Hathaway

College of Education and Human Development

***TEA 2018 Winner***

R. Pierre Rodgers

College of Education and Human Development

Sujin Kim

College of Education and Human Development

Published

2021-09-02

Issue

Section

2021 FRIDAY 10:00am-11:30am