CCY Chamberlain lecture – Learning to Get Along at School: Antiblack Postracialism through Multicultural Education
Based on interviews with students, Dr Howard’s presentation will explore how anti blackness is taught in K-12 state schooling through pedagogies informed by the structures and discourses of Canadian multiculturalism, thus seducing students into a post-racism view of Canada and a postracialist politics.
Dr Philip S.S. Howard is an Associate Professor in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.
This is a hybrid event.
The 2022 Chamberlain lecture is presented by the Children, Childhood & Youth (CCY) program, Dept of Humanities; the CCY Anti-racism Committee (ARC-CCY); the Children & Young People Interdisciplinary Research Network (CYPIRN); and the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies.