Decolonizing Research Methods Workshop, presented by the Future of Food Global Dialogue Series and the Food Systems Network

Join the Food Systems Network for this Future of Food Global Dialogue Series workshop on Decolonizing Research Methods (DRM).

This workshop will begin with an introduction to DRM from Dr. Nora Angeles, Associate Professor at the School of Community and Regional Planning.

Dawn Hoogeveen (Postdoctoral fellow, IRES) will then discuss her use of DRM for her research in a brief session followed by Q&A. The event will close with Dawn Morrison, Founder, Chair and Coordinator of the B.C. Food Systems Working Group on Indigenous Food Sovereignty, who will share her experiences straddling between the worlds of community organizing and academia and offer insights for engaging in this work.

 

Dawn Morrison

Dawn Hoogevee

Nora Angeles

Title: Decolonizing Research Methods Workshop
Time: Thursday, Sept 14 from 3-5:30pm
Location: Liu Case Room

You can also expect some delicious refreshments from Doughgirls.

Please RSVP to amber.heckelman@gmail.com.

We will send a short list of suggested readings by Friday, Sept 8 so that everyone has the option of doing a bit of preparation leading up to the workshop. And please help us grow our network! This event is open to all and the FSN would like to expand its reach to students in faculties and disciplines across campus, so feel free to share this invite with friends.