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Surviving Graduate School: Stories from a PhD student in Decolonial Pedagogy, Race and Gender Advocacy

Date & time
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
1 p.m. – 2 p.m.

Registration is closed

Speaker(s)

Jamilah Dei-Sharpe

Cost

Free

Where

Online

Jamilah Dei-Sharpe

Join PhD student Jamilah Dei-Sharpe to learn more about her work on anti-racism and decolonialization at Concordia. Jamilah is a PhD candidate in sociology and a strong advocate for the voices of Black graduate students in Canada. Come join us to learn more about her latest project and ask questions.


About Jamilah Dei-Sharpe

Jamilah Dei-Sharpe is a doctoral student of sociology at Concordia University specializing in decolonial pedagogy, Black masculinity studies and critical race and gender studies.

She is a SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Doctoral Scholarship recipient for her project, Can Black Masculinity be Decolonized: A Documentary of Black Empowerment and Community Engagement in Canada, supervised by Dr. Marc Lafrance.

She is active in community work, educational and research consultancy related to QTBIPOC - Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous peoples and other racialized communities. In such, she co-founded the Decolonial Perspectives and Practises Hub at Concordia University and the National Black Graduate Network. She is also on the new Anti-Racist Taskforce at Concordia, the coordinator of the Black Caucus of Concordia, an active member of the Black Studies Collective at Concordia and an executive member of the Black Canadian Studies Association. For more information visit jamilahds.com.


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