Afro-Diasporas Futures in Education Collective

The Afro-Diasporas Futures in Education Collective is a mobile incubator. Dr. Fikile Nxumalo (OISE) and Dr. Licho López López (Melbourne Graduate School of Education) are convening a series of events to initiate and sustain transnational dialogues on the ways in which education research and practice in Canada and Australia can be enriched by Black studies scholarship. Under the themes of Black futures, Black (and) Indigenous relationalities, Black methodologies and Black audio-visualities, the Collective will host interactive virtual and in person events that bring artists and Black Studies scholars into conversation with graduate students and early career scholars in education.

Black (And) Indigenous Relations

Black Methodologies

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How should we spend our time together?

  • By Nadia Qureshi, Nnenna Odim, Sefanit Habtom
  • 30 May, 2022

How should we spend our time together? - A reflection on Black Methodologies Nadia Qureshi, Nnenna Odim, Sefanit Habtom

The first convening of the Afro-Diasporas Futures in Education Collective was focused on Black methodologies. Our first two speakers, Dr. Vanessa Thompson and Dr. Kevin Quashie, drew us to abolitionist and slow methodologies.

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