Research, teaching and embodiment

Webinar Highlights

BIPOC researchers in the field and teachers in the classroom are often confronted by our embodiment.  Our bodies are marked as unexpected, out of place and illegitimate.  What is the experience of BIPOC scholars carrying out research and teaching?  How do BIPOC scholars navigate these experiences and how do we challenge them?

This webinar has been organized by Augustine Park, Carleton University and Nicole Malette, University of British Columbia of the Canadian Sociological Association’s Mentor Programme for Black, Indigenous and Racialized Graduate Students.

Moderator:

Natalie Delia Deckard, University of Windsor

Panelists:

Zohreh BayatRizi, University of Alberta

Xiaobei Chen, Carleton University

Amanda Cheong, University of British Columbia

Rachel La Touche, York University

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