Tuesday, May 18th, 2021 Envisioning Asian Canadian Futures: Film Studies as Anti-Racist Pedagogy

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Tuesday, May 18, 20217:00PM - 8:30PMOnline Event, Online Event

Description

Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University College and the University of Toronto Libraries Proudly Co-Present

Envisioning Asian Canadian Futures: Film Studies as Anti-Racist Pedagogy

A panel discussion about teaching through film in the context of #StopTheHate and transnational anti-racist activism. Speakers will reflect on the distinct pedagogical possibilities of film for the future of teaching against racism in all its forms with specific attention to Asian Canadian Studies. Drawing on examples from their own work, panelists will discuss the politics of race and the potential of emerging visions of anti-racist solidarity enabled through visual studies.

* Please RSVP by May 13, 2021 *


Speakers

Takashi Fujitani
Panelist
Dr. David Chu Professor of Asia-Pacific Studies, Asian Institute and Professor of History, U of T

Tong Lam
Panelist
Acting Director of the Dr. David Chu Program in Asia-Pacific Studies at the Asian Institute, Munk School; Associate Professor of History, U of T and visual artist

Elizabeth Wijaya
Panelist
Assistant Professor of East Asian Cinema in the Department of Visual Studies and Graduate Faculty at the Cinema Studies Institute; Director of the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies at the Asian Institute, Munk School, U of T

Rachel Silvey
Moderator
Richard Charles Lee Director of the Asian Institute, Professor in the Department of Geography & Planning, U of T


Sponsors

Asian Institute

University College

University of Toronto Libraries

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