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Author Series: Fugitive Pedagogy: Carter G. Woodson and the Art of Black Teaching - Shared screen with speaker view
Allison Pingree
01:07:17
Magnificent and inspiring connections!
Zebulon Miletsky
01:24:22
I remember that panel!
Terésa Carter
01:30:47
What a powerful statement "We will just have to take it underground!"
Paula Elliott
01:36:52
Thank you all so much for this inspiring, timely and passionate discussion.
Srinivasan Manivannan
01:37:52
I`m a perspective student of EdM of 2022 and it is a sheer pleasure and honor to meet you virtually. Can`t wait to meet you in person on-campus.
Nicole Gipson
01:41:47
My contribution to liberatory education: https://www.aaihs.org/until-i-am-free-teaching-fannie-lou-hamer-past-and-present/
Azahara Jiménez-Millán
01:43:19
I am currently on a research stay at Harvard, working on a comparative study on Diversity Policies in Higher Education from Spain. Looking forward to reading your wonderful book which I am sure will be very inspiring.
Yveline Alexis
01:46:07
Indeed, violence has multiple contours!!
Lumas Helaire
01:46:58
Really loved the point about a clarity of vision and a shared social and political goal that resulted in a particular orientation to pedagogy. The Black School Movement of the 60’s was a one particular continuation of this orientation and extension of that pedagogy. Question for the author: Has the norm in the African American education space shifted away from this orientation and shared vision? If so, how does it look today and what is the impact? And if not, does it need to?
Zebulon Miletsky
01:47:35
That was wonderful!
Meredith Ilyse Solomon
01:47:44
https://frugalbookstore.net/collections/literature-fiction/products/fugitive-pedagogy-carter-g-woodson-and-the-art-of-black-teaching-by-jarvis-r-givens?variant=39318344204369
Zebulon Miletsky
01:47:59
👏🏽👏🏽
Meredith Ilyse Solomon
01:49:52
Harvard University Press link: https://www.hup.harvard.edu/results-list.php?search=fugitive+pedagogy&submit=Search
Paula Elliott
01:50:18
I am so grateful to witness this conversation. Also hope the transcript will be available when viewed later by others. I certainly will encourage others to view it
Meredith Ilyse Solomon
01:51:50
This session is being recorded along with the transcription. You can find it on our website in a few day. https://countway.info/authorseries
Lumas Helaire
01:51:51
Excellent research!! Thank you Dr. Givens for your scholarship and Dr. Higginbotham for lifting up this work. Enriching Woodson’s narrative is sure to reinvigorate some of the most critical questions he put before us. As timely now, as it was then.
Brittany Scott
01:51:59
This was amazing. So powerful!! Thank you both for this empowering discussion!
- Maung (he/him)
01:52:09
Thank you Professor Givens for this inspiring book and Professor Higginbotham for such an important, highly relevant, and timely conversation.
Terésa Carter
01:52:12
Thank you Professors Givens and Higginbotham. Such an enlightening and compelling conversation.
Robin Cheung
01:52:25
Thank you!👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Tomesha Campbell
01:52:30
Thank you so much!
Meredith Ilyse Solomon
01:52:33
https://www.jarvisgivens.com/
Ashly D. Horace
01:52:36
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 Outstanding presentation!