A Faculty Panel on Strategies & Practices For Antiracist Classrooms
Monday, October 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Note: Before you can register, you will need to create a (free) CIRTL account here.
Join us for a multidisciplinary panel discussion of faculty who have incorporated various antiracist approaches into their teaching at IUPUI. We’ll hear from Dr. Marilee Brooks-Gillies, an Assistant Professor of English who has developed antiracist writing and assessment practices; Dr. Jamie Levine Daniel, an Associate Professor in the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs and a specialist on anti-semitism in higher education; Dr. Ronda Henry Anthony, an Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies who has led several IUPUI initiatives on antiracism; and Dr. Michin Hong, an Associate Professor of Social Work with a research focus on anti-Asian racism and IUPUI’s Asian American student community.
This event is part of the series Fostering Antiracist Student Learning Experiences. We encourage you to sign up for the other events in this series:
- September 21: A graduate Student Panel on Exploring Race, Identity & Intersectionality
- September 28: Using Frameworks to Examine Race in Higher Education
- October 4: Decolonizing the Curriculum in STEAM