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BHER Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Hawo Mohamed Ali
16:12
happy new year and happy to see you again professor Richard silver
Rachel Silver
16:26
Welcome Hawo, welcome everyone
Paul Tarc
01:08:36
How does or might the extra-curricular contaminate or inform the curricular? Relatedly, how might a Baldwin-informed pedagogy resonate and conflict with a more activist critical pedagogies/political education?
Molade Osibodu
01:10:42
Thank you for starting us of Paul. Please feel free to type questions you have or hold on to them and ask once Mario is done with his remarks. Thank you again for being here.
Michele
01:18:47
For students enrolled in the CRS Certificate and Diploma program, the online attendance form is here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440. The password is: Kamala!
Paul Tarc
01:33:08
Thanks for the responses and for the moving and provoking talks Warren and Mario. Warren, I love the way you bring to life the formation of Baldwin's pedagogical insights/thinking under the extracurricular
Paul Tarc
01:35:44
I wonder if the radicality of a truly non-innocent curriculum, living with the questions, implies a certain kind of (committedness to) action...?
Sharareh Kashi
01:44:26
Thank you Warren and Mario for your thought-provoking talks.
Sasan Heidarzadeh
01:45:31
will we receive info and links for the events?
Vidya Shah
01:45:38
Thank you Warren and Mario. Such a rich and generative conversation. Thank you to the organizing committee for all of your efforts.
Rachel Silver
01:46:01
https://yorku.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Hgje1BHUQ6Sm86BT87nTPg
Jacey Wickham
01:46:17
Wow! What a great way to start a day... thank you so much everyone involved with this webinar-very informative and poetic!