Published January 1, 1970
In the CSU Art Nook on Hall Building 7th Floor (near People’s Potato) from 3:30 – 5:00pm on Thursday, Sept. 21
Join us as we explore the idea of community-driven social justice research.
We will present a model of research that is both rigorous and accessible, rooted in principles of community self-determination and social justice. Through this vision, we critique the prevailing ideas of what constitues valid “knowledge work.” We reject the ivory tower and instead imagine a university open and accountable to the communities that surround it.
During the workshop, we will share examples of radical research projects and methods, including community projects that are currently open to student participation.
There will be information about how to get involved in different ways with social justice research initiatives at Concordia.
*childcare on request (48 hours in advance)
contact: firstname.lastname@example.org // 514-808-8432