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Coloniality of Knowledge in Hegemonic Psychology, II: Confronting Professional Discipline

16 November @ 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM EST

Free

SPSSI is proud to host a webinar series this semester entitled “Decolonial Perspectives on the Psychological Study of Social Issues,” which has been organized by the Readsura Decolonial Editorial Collective. All webinars in this series are free and open to everyone. Please join us for the fourth webinar in this series, on…

Coloniality of Knowledge in Hegemonic Psychology, II: Confronting Professional Discipline

Register here: us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_iBs_7cA5SEe5kvyhu4uzmQ

Convener/Discussant: Shahnaaz Suffla

Presenters:

  • Stephanie Grant, Stephanie D’Costa, & Kandyce Anderson Amie  |  Decolonizing school psychology research: A systematic literature review
  • Hugo Canham  |  Conundrums in teaching decolonial critical community psychology within the context of neo-liberal market pressures
  • Jesica Siham Fernández  |  “And now we resist”: Three testimonios on the importance of decoloniality within psychology

Read more about the webinar series here: spssi.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Page.ViewPage&PageID=2818

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