Thursday, January 20, 2022 - 5:00pm
Thursday, January 20, 2022 - 6:30pm
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Interdisciplinary dialogue January 20

Join us for the launch of MacEwan's 5th Interdisciplinary Dialogue Project! The Interdisciplinary Dialogue is an annual teaching and learning project at MacEwan that invites students, faculty, staff and the public to explore social justice issues together across a semester. This year, the project theme is RECOVERY — with its uncertainties, complexities and possibilities. Event topics will center around decolonization and change, urban wellness, Black History, Indigenous Storytelling, and disaster response in Chornobyl.

Featured speakers:
Dr. Sharon Stein, Assistant Professor in Educational Studies, UBC
(Decolonial Approaches to Global and Social change)

Azkaa Rahman, Strategic Planning Analyst, City of Edmonton
(Hospitality, Story and Heartwork)

Chelsea Vowel, BEd, LLB, MA
Assistant Lecturer in Native Studies, University of Alberta  (Language, Gender, Métis Self-determination and Resurgence)



Watch live on Facebook @ MacEwanLib: