An Evening with Mahdis Azarmandi in conversation with Te Waka Pākākano | Office of AVC Māori, Pacific and Equity - Racism & the Institution: Whose job is it anyway?

Presenter: College of Arts
  • Date: Tuesday, 6 October 2020 to Tuesday, 6 October 2020
  • Time: 06:00PM to 07:30PM
  • Location: Recital Room, UC Arts at the Arts Centre, 3 Hereford St
  • Ticket: Free $0
Racism & the institution: whose job is it anyway?
 
Join Dr Mahdis Azarmandi in in conversation with Te Waka Pākākano | Office of AVC Māori, Pacific and Equity for a discussion that concerns each and everyone of us: whose job is it to combat institutionalised / structural racsim in our institution? 
 
Dr Azarmandi is a Lecturer in the College of Education, Health and Human Development at the University of Canterbury, where she teaches into the new Bachelor for Youth and Community Leadership. A University of Otago alum, Dr Azarmandi's Doctoral thesis looked at anti-racism and colonial amnesia in Aotearoa New Zealand and Spain. Her research interests are racism and anti-racism, feminism, intersectionality & decolonization. Dr Azarmandi has taught in the United States, Germany and Denmark and has been involved in social justice organizing in Aotearoa New Zealand, Spain and Germany. 
 
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