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SOCIALLY-ENGAGED ART, EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGIES: THE ETHICS AND POLITICS OF RESEARCH-CREATION WITH DIVERSE PUBLICS

January 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Propeller Project Presents:

SOCIALLY-ENGAGED ART, EXPERIMENTAL PEDAGOGIES: THE ETHICS AND POLITICS OF RESEARCH-CREATION WITH DIVERSE PUBLICS

with speaker STEPHANIE SRPINGGAY

Feminist scholars argue that we need research practices that break with ableist, racist, extractive, and settler colonial logics, and instead focus on ones that are situated, relational, and ethical. This means troubling our relationship with institutions and transforming the kinds of value we allow for particular forms of knowledge. It is fundamentally about practicing an ethics based on response-ability, stewardship, care, and reciprocity that centre relationships to land, territory, human and more-than-human bodies. This presentation will take up these important ethical dimensions of doing research and share some exemplifications from Dr. Springgay’s research-creation practice.

Location: Performace Hall in The Armouries (37 University Avenue E.)

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Propeller Project

The Armouries

37 University Ave. E
Windsor, N9A 1E4