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Faculty and students at UBC’s Social Justice Institute are committed to continue to engage in research and teaching designed to contribute to refashioning existing and designing new critical tools that will help us to stop the unfolding of a future of colonial, racial, and sexual violence. Again and again a question comes back to those of us committed to a vision for social justice that addresses colonial, racial, gender-sexual subjugation.
Decomp Journal Issue #3 now available
It includes 8 works of #Fiction, 4 works of #nonfiction, 2 art & media pieces, and a whopping NINETEEN poems! Our third e-zine is also our most ambitious yet.Nine Filipin/x volunteer editors curated the zine "TRANSLATE ME NOT: New Filipin/x Writing and Art," which features 12 poems, 2 pieces of short fiction, one nonfiction work, and 3 mixed media artworks.
New PWIAS Pedagogy Video Series with GRSJ Associate Professor Dr. Tara Mayer
On Feeling and Knowing Asks Leading Academics to Share Their Insights About the Role of Emotion in the Classroom. Join Dr. Tara Mayer in a series of candid and wide-ranging conversations with seasoned scholars.
Celebrate Pride this year with film screenings by GRSJ PhD Student David Ng and Love Intersections co-founder Jen Sungshine
Celebrate Vancouver Pride 2021 at MOA with an exploration of underrepresented queer stories from Indigenous, Black and people of colour through film! Featuring short films by David Ng (GRSJ PhD Student) and Jen Sungshine.
Noted Scholars Video Vault
Delve into our recorded seminars from our noted scholars.
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