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WORKSHOP: Pluriversal Dialogues on Decolonisation, Indigenization and Anti-Racism in Universities

The Anti-Racism Lab in collaboration with the Decolonizing Alliance Institute is pleased to host the "Decolonizing Alliance Institute: Pluriversal Dialogues on Decolonization, Indigenization and Anti-Racism in Universities" from July 26 to 29 in-person (Room 3-119, Education Building, University of Alberta) and online (Zoom) from 9:00am-5:00pm (Mountain Time/GMT-7).

If you're interested in attending the workshop in-person, please contact Manzah-Kyentoh Yankey at If you plan to attend online, RSVP on eventbrite.

The main purpose of this workshop is to pilot and develop doctoral workshop sessions that can foster regenerative dialogues among diverse scholars and community members on decolonization, indigenization, and anti-racism in universities. You are warmly invited to participate in this pilot and to engage generously with the scope and aims of each session.

The workshop program will include:

  1. Sessions that work with embodied knowledge and knowing

  2. Storytelling and narrative methods

  3. Art, theatre and movement practice

  4. Sessions that center BIPOC Situated Knowledges: Sex/Gender, Race/Racialization, Identity/Authenticity, and Indigeneity/Relationality

All sessions will aim to experiment with pedagogies and praxis that are interdisciplinary and embrace experiential and relational ways of un/learning. We hope to reflect critically on sessions with you and for us to collaboratively highlight methods that are transformative, liberatory, and regenerative.


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