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CPGJ Methodology Masterclass "Researching with young people: Critical Youth Studies, Race, and a Decolonial Politics of Knowledge Production"

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In this participatory masterclass we will explore the possibilities and dilemmas of animating principles from critical youth studies, critical race theory, and decolonial studies in research with youth. We will discuss the politics of knowledge production in relation to theories of change and research design.

Dr. Leila Angod will draw from her 2-year youth participatory action research study at University of Toronto with secondary school students (www.ypar.ca), the process of co-founding and co-mentoring an open-access, peer-reviewed youth journal for youth art and research (www.incitejournal.org), and her doctoral dissertation, Behind and Beyond the Ivy: How Schools Produce Elites Through the Bodies of Racial Others, to offer entry points, examples, and case studies.

Participants are requested to read:

Manogaran, E. & Vijenthira, S. (2017, November 21). These teens studied race. What happened will (not) shock you. [Blog post]. Retrieved from https://incitejournal.tumblr.com/

All welcome to attend!

This talk is part of the CPGJ - Culture, Politics and Global Justice series.

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