Microaggressions and Microresistance Events
|Cynthia Ganote, Ph.D., is a sociologist whose research focuses on race, class, gender, and sexual inequalities; qualitative methods (including grounded theory and feminist in-depth interviews); critical pedagogies; and on approaches to community-based research.|
In the following videos, Dr. Ganote provides brief overviews of concepts associated with Microaggression, Microresistance, and Ally Development.
Introduction to Microaggression, Microresistance, and Ally Development
What is a microaggression?
How would I identify a microaggression in my classroom?
How do microaggressions affect learning?
What is microresistance?
How do we create welcoming learning environments?
Spring 2018 Events
March 12, 2018
|1:00 P.M. - 3:00 p.m.||MicroAggressions, Microresistance, and Ally Development - A Workshop for Academic Leadership||CEC 231|
March 13, 2018
|9:00 A.M. -
|Tuesday, March 13, 2018||2:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M.||Ally Development for Staff||RH 214||Slides|
March 13, 2018
|5 P.M. -
|Creating Welcoming and Inviting Classrooms - A Workshop for Part-Time Faculty||CPACS Commons||Slides|
|Wednesday, March 14, 2018||9:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.||Microaggressions in Community Engagement||CEC 230-231||Slides|
|Wednesday, March 14 2018||11:30 A.M. - 1:00 p.M.||Avoiding Microaggressions in Service Learning Courses||MBSC Dodge Rooms|
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