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The Stony Brook University English Department Presents:
a Series of Zoom Workshops:
Incorporating Antiracist Content and Learning Outcomes in College Courses

 

Antiracist Pedagogy Workshop Series

Three renowned scholars will present on topics related to African American Culture and History. Each talk will be followed by a workshop for college teachers on adding new antiracist content and learning objectives to course syllabi. Workshops are limited to 50 participants, each of whom will submit a draft syllabus for a course they will teach in Fall 2021, Spring 2022, or Fall 2022. Revisions of syllabi will be collected--after ample time--to showcase additions and changes that result from these workshops. All presentations and workshops will be co-chaired by Celia Marshik and Ken Lindblom, Professors of English at Stony Brook.

Workshops are open to all Stony Brook University faculty and doctoral students. Workshops are limited to 50 participants, and registration is first come, first-served. Attendees may attend all workshops or just one or two. Registrations will be separate for each. Up to 5 attendees will be selected (and paid) to present syllabi revisions in a panel discussion in Summer 2022.

For More Information and to Register for a Workshop, follow this link. 

Please contact Ken Lindblom kenneth.lindblom@stonybrook.edu or Celia Marshik (celia.marshik@stonybrook.edu) with any questions.