This week Steven and I met up for a virtual hallway chat with Jovian Radeshwar, a Faculty Member in the Department of Political Science at Douglas College. We were also joined by our invited co-host, Rim Gacimi. Rim is a recent graduate from the Bachelor’s of Psychology program at Douglas College. Rim was an honours student and research assistant to Dr. Lisa Smith. Her work aims to better understand social behaviour and inequality using empirical research methods. Rim is also interested in socio-political discourse and was once a student of Dr. Jovian Radheshwar.
Jovian is a creative and enthusiastic instructor, who does not shy away from tackling everything under the sun when diving into international politics. We caught up with Jovian to chat about some of the ways he’s approaching the design of his online courses this fall. In addition, we wanted to hear his thoughts on how anti-racist pedagogy can help us navigate the chaotic world we find ourselves in.
If you want to read / watch more, check out some recommendations from Jovian:
– Maria Lugones, https://globalsocialtheory.org/thinkers/lugones-maria/
– The Great Hack, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Great_Hack
– Democracy Now! Amy Goodman https://www.democracynow.org/
You can also check out the podcast he co-hosts.
– Jovian Moondough Show https://youtu.be/7fvzBqY-dm0
Join the conversation by sharing your comments, observations, and suggestions with us!
Until next time,
Lisa and Steven
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One thought on “Digital Humanity: Professing in Novel Times—Episode Seven”
Great conversation, very illuminating and thought provoking.
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