ESCAPE FROM TIBET

Nick Gray, Television Producer and Visiting Professor of Documentary Production at University of Lincoln, England and collaborator, Tenzin, Tibetan exile and student at University of Westminster, London, UK.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2014
12:30 - 2:00 pm

Department of Educational Studies Ponderosa G Lounge
2044 Lower Mall
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Escape from Tibet book cover

 


1-DAY SYMPOSIUM

MAY 27, 2013
8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Sty-Wet-Tan Hall
First Nations House of Learning
1985 West Mall, UBC

We Too Are “ IDLE NO MORE”:
UBC’s Non-Indigenous Scholars and
the Politics of Engaging Indigeneity


PROGRAM

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Black Studies and Critical Thinking
BOOK SIGNING

APRIL 15, 2012 | 2 pm

At the 2012 AERA Meeting
Peter Lang Booth #201-207
Exhibit Hall A
Vancouver Convention Centre
Vancouver, BC

The Dialectics of African Education
and Western Discourses:
Counter-Hegemonic Perspectives

Edited by Handel Kashope Wright
and Ali A. Abdi

BOOK: The Dialectics of African Education and Western Discourses: Counter-Hegemonic Perspectives



TWO-DAY CONFERENCE

BLACK BRITISH COLUMBIANS:
Race, Space and the Historical Politics of Difference at the US/Canada Border

APRIL 11-12, 2012
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St. John’s College, UBC,
2111 Lower Mall MAP

REGISTRATION
April 11 8:00 am
St. John’s College, Social Lounge

April 12 8:30 am
St. John’s College, Lecture Hall


To mark the UN International Year for People of African Descent

YVONNE SHORTER BROWN
cordially invites you to see
the UNESCO Documentary,
Slave Routes: A Global Vision
and
she will read from her newly published, Dead Woman Pickney
A Memoir of Childhood in Jamaica

JUNE 3, 2011 7:30-9:30 pm
Vancouver Public Library
Alma Van Dusen Room
350 West Georgia


UBC's CENTRE FOR CULTURE, IDENTITY & EDUCATION (CCIE) and
CENTRE FOR RACE, AUTOBIOGRAPHY, GENDER AND AGE STUDIES
present


SOCIAL JUSTICE PRAXIS
:
THEORY, RESEARCH AND ACTIVISM
ON CAMPUS AND IN THE COMMUNITY


MARCH 3, 2011 Venue: St. John’s College
Social Lounge
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MARCH 17, 24 and APRIL 3, 2011 at UBC
First Nations Longhouse, Sty-Wet-Tan (Big Hall), 1985 West Mall
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CCIE
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
their partnership with MOSAIC
,
a Vancouver-based community organization serving refugee and immigrant communities. This partnership includes jointly planned events and empirical research.

To read more about this partnership,
go to
NuYuID


CCIE
IS COLLABORATING WITH THE

CENTRE FOR TEACHING AND
ACADEMIC GROWTH (TAG)

to support the UBC teaching and learning community in developing capacity for intercultural understanding. CCIE is involved in the advisory group for TAG's Living Lab, a project in which a troupe of student actors develop and perform interactive theatre on issues of educational equity for UBC teaching audiences. CCIE and TAG are also partnering, along with several other units on campus, to develop a program for faculty and graduate students to enhance their skills and redesign courses to include significant equity and diversity learning for UBC students.

More about this collaboration...