- Rethinking Experience, Community, and Social Justice in Gender Studies, Mad Studies, and Social Work
The Graduate Program in Gender Studies and Feminist Research Presents:
Rethinking Experience, Community, and Social Justice in Gender Studies, Mad Studies, and Social Work
TUESDAY, April 9th at 2:30PM, TSH 530
In this panel, we endeavour to reconsider the ways that the concepts of “experience,” “community” and “social justice” are employed for “passing on” knowledge in the interdisciplinary fields of gender studies, Mad studies, and social work education.
“Repairing What’s Left in Social Work”
Tina Wilson, PhD Candidate, School of Social Work/GSFR PhD Diploma
“Personal Narrative in Mad Studies Pedagogy: The troubles of teaching from/with ‘experience’”
Alise de Bie, PhD Candidate, School of Social Work/GSFR PhD Diploma
“Feminist Praxis Revisited: Critical Reflections on University-Community Engagement”
Amber Dean, Associate Professor, Gender Studies and Feminist Research/English and Cultural Studies
ALL WELCOME; PLEASE CIRCULATE WIDELY.
Susan Fast, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of English & Cultural Studies
Vice Chair, McMaster Research Ethics Board
Director, Graduate Program in Gender Studies & Feminist Research
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