Trauma, Repetition, and Repair: Spring 2022
Each spring, the CEP hosts an event with a scholar-pedagogue whose scholarship examines trauma and its relationship to pedagogy. Last year, we invited Dr. Sealey-Ruiz, Associate Professor of English Education at Teachers College for a talk titled "Racial Literacy and the Archeology of Self in Affective Pedagogy."
This year, we are thrilled to host Dr. Julie Kubala and Dr. Nicole Bedera for two days of events on June 2 and 3 on the topics of trauma-informed and survivor-centered pedagogies.
June 2, 2022—12-1:30pm
504 Diana and Zoom
Open to faculty, staff, and students from Barnard College and Columbia University, this event will feature two 30 minute lectures by Dr. Kubala and Dr. Bedera, followed by an open Q&A. Registration requested, and colleauges who would like to attend on Zoom are asked to register here.
June 3, 2022—12-1:15pm
Open to all Barnard College faculty and staff, this salon will give participants an opportunity to converse in a smaller setting with our guests on the topics of trauma-informed and survivor-centered pedagogies. Takeaway lunch will be provided. Interested BC faculty and staff are required to register here.