SAGE Talk & Discussion with Dr. Joaquin Muñoz

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“Talking to My Inner Bad-Mouther: Indigenous Young Adult Fiction for Social-Emotional Pedagogy & Identity Building” with Dr. Joaquin Muñoz

Wednesday, March 29, 2023
1:30 PM – 3:30 PM PST
Irving K. Barber Centre Dodson Room 
1961 East Mall, Vancouver BC

Join in-person or via Zoom:

In this presentation, Dr. Joaquin Muñoz, Assistant Professor of Indigenous Education at UBC, will explore new offerings in the genre of Indigenous Young Adult Literature to examine themes of Indigenous identity, well-being and social-emotional awareness, through the lens of Indigeneity. Through the work of authors like Cherie Dimaline, Darcy Little Badger, Tehlor Kay Mejia and Brian Young, this presentation will explore these topics with implications for teachers and teacher education.

Indigenous graduate students from any program & discipline are encouraged to attend. In addition to sharing a bit about the different facets of his work as an emerging scholar related to Indigenous/teacher education & critical pedagogy, Dr. Muñoz will answer questions Indigenous students may have on their graduate student journeys. All are welcome to attend. 

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