How can we acknowledge and work to change racist structures of academia in the classroom? (Antiracist Pedagogy Teaching and Learning Discussion 4)

Wednesday, January 23, 2019
When: 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Location: DML G28 - Herklotz Room

    Elizabeth Galoozis, Head of Information Literacy at USC Libraries will lead the fourth in a series of Anti-Racist Teaching & Learning Community Discussions, leading a discussion on the question: How can we acknowledge and work to change racist structures of academia in the classroom?

    A joint project of the Anti-Racist Pedagogy Collective and the USC Libraries, Anti-Racist Teaching & Learning Community Discussions are aimed at new and seasoned teachers of all kinds who want to make their classrooms not only safe but also just. Each discussion will be led by a member of the organizing group (see below) and be centered around one or more readings, which the discussion leader will summarize. Light lunch will be provided. Just bring an open mind and a desire to incorporate anti-racist pedagogy into whatever kind of teaching you do.

    For more information and to RSVP, go to https://tinyurl.com/antiracistpedagogy. Please RSVP no later than January 20.

     

    Can't join the conversation? Learn more at the Anti-Racist Pedagogy Collective's research guide.

    This project is funded by a USC Libraries Dean’s Challenge Grant. Watch for a panel on these discussions at the Libraries’ Black History Month Symposium in February!

     

    Organizing Group

    Sanders Bernstein, Ph.D. student in English and Assistant Lecturer, English Department

    Alyssa Brissett, Social Work Librarian, USC Libraries

    Elizabeth Galoozis, Head of Information Literacy, USC Libraries

    Kevin Klipfel, Instructional Design and Assessment Librarian, USC Libraries

    Lacey Schauwecker, Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Spanish and Portuguese Department