The global pandemic of COVID-19 has exposed vulnerabilities in our in-person teaching models and pressed us to quickly move content online. Yet, thoughtful efforts must be made to ensure that rapid digitisations do not reify long-standing educational and knowledge inequalities. In this webinar, we consider how scholars are engaging with critical pedagogies, including anti-racist and anti-imperialist approaches, in the time of COVID-19. Panellists joining the discussion:
Derek Ford (Education, DePauw)
Holly Oberle (Political Science, Wenzhou-Kean University)
Farhana Sultana (Geography, Syracuse)
Sayan Dey (English, Royal University of Bhutan)
Lesley Nelson-Addy (Education, Oxford)
Dr. Sneha Krishnan will act as discussant. The event is sponsored by the Political Worlds Research Cluster at the School of Geography and the Environment and co-organised by Dr. Amber Murrey, Associate Professor of Human Geography at Oxford (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Dr. Steven Puttick, Associate Professor of Education at Oxford (email@example.com).