Center for Faculty Innovation

Anti-Racism: Theory and Research (Scholarly Talk)

Wed, 17 Oct 2018 12:15 PM - 2:00 PM

Location:  Student Success Center room 1075.

If you plan to attend, and would like to join us for lunch, please register on or before Friday, Oct 12.

This scholarly talk focuses on anti-racism education research and practice within classroom pedagogy. The speaker will discuss the evolution of anti-racism practices, establish ways to incorporate anti-racist perspectives in the classroom using examples from music education, and discuss how these principles might be applied within classrooms in other disciplines. From community involvement to personal practices within the classroom, this session provides an opportunity to become more familiar with anti-racism and consider how these practices benefit a range of pedagogical experiences.

Facilitator: Amy Lewis, Ph. D candidate, Michigan State University

Faculty participants will make progress toward these program outcomes:

  • Learning about the development of anti-racism education research and practice.
  • Developing strategies for applying anti-racism classroom practices.

Faculty participants will make progress toward this scholarship outcome:

  • Appreciating the diverse forms, purposes, and communication modes of scholarship in higher education.

If you require non-dietary accommodations to participate in this program, please email the CFI at or call (568-4846) immediately to convey your needs.  We will work with the HR department to provide you with reasonable accommodations, if time permits.

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