Anti-Racist Pedagogy in Doctoral Education

Course Number: 
52800
This one-quarter, bi-weekly course has been designed to offer doctoral students an opportunity to explore anti-racism pedagogical practices. We will consider how we can practice antiracism in different domains of doctoral education in social work and social welfare, from classroom teaching, to research, to mentorship and we will interrogate the institutional policies and practices that shape how students experience and engage in doctoral education. The purpose of the course is to critically reflect on the “project” of doctoral education in social welfare and social work with the goal of helping students to prepare for future scholarship and teaching careers.

Courses are subject to change at any time. Please check mySSA for the quarters, days, and times that courses will be held, as well as room numbers.