MET Anti-Racism Talk: Intersectionality of race with ethnicity, gender, class, and citizenship as they shape identification/Identity: Anti-racism education through educational technology and critical literacy

This talk is part of UBC MET ‘s Anti-Racism in the EdTechnosphere Talk Series:

“Intersectionality of race with ethnicity, gender, class, and citizenship as they shape identification/Identity: Anti-racism education through educational technology and critical literacy”

Overview: Visit the MET’s event page closer to the event date for the talk overview.

 

Speaker:

 

Dr. Carl James

Professor and Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community, and Diaspora, Faculty of Education  |  York University
Senior Advisor on Equity and Representation, Office of the Vice President of Equity, People, and Culture  |  York University

 

For more information, visit Dr. James’ website.

 

 


To learn more and register, visit the MET event page.