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Incorporating Antiracism Into Research Practices
Conducting research through an anti-racism lens is a long-term and ongoing process and must be considered as part of a complex system that oppresses people and groups in multifaceted ways (i.e., classism, ethnocentrism, capitalism, casteism, etc.). While some disciplines, mainly in the humanities and social sciences, have mitigated racism through a depth of understanding critical race theory, others have not. Panelists will broach topics such as de-centering whiteness in primary and secondary research, data objectiveness, scholarly publishing, etc. AU School of Education Dean and Professor, Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy will lead this panel discussion featuring colleagues from across the university.

Diana Burley, Vice Provost for Research will introduce this discussion
Moderator: Cheryl Holcomb-McCoy, Dean and Professor, School of Education
Panelists: Dr. Kareem Jordan, Professor, SPA
Dr. Heng Xu, Professor, Kogod
Dr. Sarah Clarke Kaplan, Executive Director and Professor, Antiracist Research and Policy Center

Oct 6, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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