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March 6-8, 2019
University of San Diego
Thursday, March 7 • 10:00am - 11:10am
Epistemic Justice and the Power of Stories in Transforming Community Engagement

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A learning community of diverse community engagement stakeholders will explore Dr. Miranda Fricker’s (2007) philosophical framework of epistemic justice/injustice through the lens of lived experience and contemporary scholarship, and discuss implications for transforming community-engaged work. This session builds on conversations from a preconference at the July 2018 IARSLCE Conference, and integrates a dynamic body of resources and discourses curated by facilitators for participants to apply in their professional contexts. The purpose is to integrate epistemic justice as a framework for the community engagement field to achieve just, inclusive, equitable social transformation Primary outcomes are: Build knowledge of epistemic justice/injustice as a philosophical framework Analyze how epistemic injustice shapes community engagement Develop action plan for disrupting epistemic injustice Participants will learn about the defining elements of epistemic justice/injustice, discover the potential epistemic and ethical repercussions of injustice for individuals and community through participation in a story circle, and discuss how to promote epistemic justice in community engagement endeavors in areas of examination that emerge from common themes in our shared stories. We aim to foster ongoing dialogue that will produce insights, interventions, and strategies for participants to use in their respective contexts to promote a culture and practice of epistemic justice.  

Materials and slides: https://epistemicjusticeiarslce2018.wordpress.com/

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Adam Bush

Founding Provost, College Unbound
Adam Bush is the founding Provost of College Unbound; a degree completion college working with both inside and outside carceral spaces of Rhode Island to ensure all adult learners have access to a Bachelor's degree pathway that values them as scholar-practitioners and is embedded... Read More →
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Star Plaxton-Moore

Director of Community-Engaged Learning, University of San Francisco
Star specializes in working with faculty to integrate community-engaged pedagogy into their courses, and plays a critical role in shaping institutional discourse, practices, and policies related to community-engaged program design and assessment, community partnerships, and faculty... Read More →
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Chris Nayve

Senior Research Associate, University of San Diego
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John Saltmarsh

Professor of Higher Education, Department of Leadership in Education, College of Education and Human Development, University of Massachusetts, Boston
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John Loggins

Director of Community Engaged Learning, University of San Diego
John Loggins the Director of Community Engaged Learning in the Karen and Tom Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action at the University of San Diego. John works collaboratively as part of a team responsible for ensuring that USD is a global and national leader as... Read More →
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Linda Caballero Sotelo

Executive Director, New Americans Museum
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James Lin

Senior Director of Mission and Spirituality, GLIDE Foundation/Glide Memorial Church
I'm a native Californian who lived half of my life in other places. Some of the things I've been involved with: directing the Multicultural Resource Center at Reed College, helping found the Chinese UNTraining (a group working on internalized oppression in progressive Chinese communities... Read More →


Thursday March 7, 2019 10:00am - 11:10am
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Attendees (49)