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Pedagogies for Peace: Intersectional and Decolonial Teaching

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Conversations on intersectional and decolonial pedagogy convened by the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and hosted by two Kroc Institute faculty members, Justin de Leon and Ashley Bohrer.

Conversations on intersectional and decolonial pedagogy convened by the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and hosted by two Kroc Institute faculty members, Justin de Leon and Ashley Bohrer.

Location:

United States

Description:

Conversations on intersectional and decolonial pedagogy convened by the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and hosted by two Kroc Institute faculty members, Justin de Leon and Ashley Bohrer.

Language:

English


Episodes

A Conversation with Roxani Krystalli

12/6/2021
Justin and Ashley talk with Roxani Krystalli, Lecturer (Assistant Professor) at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. They discuss feminist pedagogy, teaching with care and with joy, and what it means to be teaching during the "middle point" of an ongoing global pandemic.

Duration:00:51:17

A Conversation with Yasser Payne

12/1/2021
Ashley and Justin talk with Yasser Payne, Associate Professor of Sociology & Africana Studies at the University of Delaware. They talk about Dr. Payne's ethnographic research program which is centered on exploring resilience on the streets of Black and Brown America using the Street Participatory Action Research (Street PAR) methodology—the process of involving street-identified persons or members of this population in the process of activist-based research.

Duration:01:08:42

A Conversation with Zachary Casey

11/15/2021
Ashley and Justin sit down with Zachary Casey, Associate Professor and Chair of Educational Studies at Rhodes College, to discuss radical pedagogy strategies, paradise-building in the classroom, and more.

Duration:00:56:19

A Conversation with Regina Shands Stoltzfus

11/8/2021
Ashley and Justin sit down to talk with Regina Shands Stoltzfus, professor of peace, justice, and conflict studies at Goshen (Indiana) College about building resilience when teaching intense topics, community care in the classroom, and more. Regina is co-author, with Tobin Miller Shearer, of the new book, "Been in the Struggle: Pursuing an Antiracist Spirituality" (Herald Press).

Duration:00:53:18

A Conversation with Matthew Wildcat

11/1/2021
In the first episode of the second season, Ashley and Justin sit down with Matthew Wildcat, a faculty member within the Department of Political Science and faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta.

Duration:01:04:31

Ashley Interviews Justin

1/18/2021
In the second part of our co-host interviews, co-host Ashley Bohrer interviews Justin de Leon, who, in addition to hosting this podcast, serves as a visiting faculty member at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. They discuss the influences that have shaped Justin's teaching, creative represencing, and positionality in the classroom.

Duration:00:36:39

Justin Interviews Ashley

1/11/2021
Our co-hosts turn the mics back to each other. In this episode, co-host Justin de Leon interviews Ashley Bohrer, who, in addition to hosting this podcast, serves as assistant professor of gender and peace studies at the University of Notre Dame's Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies. They discuss Ashley's road to academia, how activism and other experiences inform her teaching, and being real and emotional intelligence in the classroom.

Duration:00:22:42

A Conversation with Sheryl Lightfoot

12/15/2020
Ashley and Justin talk with Dr. Sheryl Lightfoot, Senior Advisor to the President on Indigenous Affairs; Canada Research Chair in Global Indigenous Rights and Politics; and Associate Professor, First Nations and Indigenous Studies and Political Science at the University of British Colombia. She is s Anishinaabe, a citizen of the Lake Superior Band of Ojibwe, enrolled at the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community in Baraga, Michigan.

Duration:00:41:36

A Conversation with Tiffany Lethabo King

12/10/2020
Ashley and Justin sit down for a conversation with Dr. Tiffany Lethabo King, Associate Professor of African-American Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Georgia State University. They discuss how COVID and a move to remote teaching has necessitated a change in pedagogy, the changing needs of students in higher education spaces, and more.

Duration:00:37:06

A Conversation with Miguel Gualdron Ramirez

11/23/2020
Ashley and Justin talk with Miguel Guladron Ramirez, who will begin in 2021 as Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religion at the University of North Texas. They discuss strategies for building more just syllabi, responsive teaching techniques, and developing "epistemologies of resistance."

Duration:00:55:48

A Conversation with Kelsey Wrightson

11/17/2020
Ashley and Justin talk with Kelsey Wrightson, Executive Director of Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning. They discuss the unique educational approach of Dechinta, which centers Indigenous knowledge and voices in its educational efforts.

Duration:00:46:26

Trailer: Introducing the Pedagogies for Peace Podcast

11/5/2020
We live in a time where old classroom conversations and ways of thought are proving to be insufficient. New approaches are needed. Join hosts Ashley Bohrer, assistant professor of gender and peace studies, and Justin de Leon, visiting assistant professor, for "Pedagogies for Peace: Intersectional and Decolonial Teaching," an audio series that foregrounds critical pedagogies with a focus on intersectionality and decoloniality. Each week, Ashley and Justin are joined by professors and teachers...

Duration:00:16:13

A Conversation with William Paris

11/4/2020
Ashley and Justin talk with William Paris, the Frank B. Weeks Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Wesleyan University in Connecticut.

Duration:00:46:33