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Fri, Nov 20


TESANDA Transnational Educators, Scholars, & Activists Network to Decolonize Academia

Teaching and Researching Transnationally: A Decolonizing Praxis Zoom Conversation among 5 scholars who work across borders lifting up epistemic justice and ethics followed by small group discussions on how to organize this new TESANDA network.

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Time & Location

Nov 20, 2020, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM EST

About The Event

Panelists include:

Chalmer Thompson (Indiana University Purdue Indianapolis) - Some

Perspectives of a Global North Scholar Working with Global South


Richard Clark (CUNY Graduate Center) - Unsettling Slaves and

Monsters: A Call for Decentering Whiteness and Dismantling Normalcy

Sunil Bhatia (Connecticut College) - What Does Decolonization

Demand from Us?: Reflections on Transnational Struggles

Pengfei Zhao (University of Florida) - Black Eyes, Dark Nights, and the

Search for Light: Reflections of Doing Critical Research in

Contemporary China

Giovanni Dazzo (George Mason University)) - Restorative Validity:

Exploring How Critical Pa

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