Possibility and Hegemony in Student Expression

Friday 06 December, 2013
5:30pm, $0

The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue, Room 6304.01

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What are the privileged – hegemonic – ways of knowing and being underlying our public educational system? In contrast, what are the students’ ‘alternative’ expressive skills, often overseen or disregarded in the educational setting? How do these questions relate to the problem of perpetuating inequality in our society? Join Professors Christopher Edmin, Angela Reyes and Debangshu Royshoudry along with Julio Marquez, and Chante Raid for a conversation about the developmental and pedagogical repercussions of inviting or dismissing students’ alternative discursive skills.

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