Teaching and Knowing an Anti-Racist Nature
with Kim Ruffin
December 1, 2021 – 12:30 PM EST
Oxford Penn Toronto International Doctoral Cluster
In this interactive, research and experience-based presentation, Prof. Ruffin will explore the ways in which she teaches and invites students and the general public to know what she describes as an “anti-racist nature.” She’ll engage Environmental Humanities and experiential learning scholarship through examples from her teaching and guiding work. Participants will be invited to design their own experiential learning activity and contribute to a discussion about how nature education can be made more inclusive, historical accurate, and meaningful for individuals.
Feature Image: “Black Bird” by Wildlife Boy1 is licensed under CC BY 2.0.
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