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Visiting Washington, D.C.
Session Type: Invited Speaker Session
This panel explores how researchers reimagine their relationship to the social context in which they do research, by reframing agency and transformation as working alongside people, while exploring the ways researchers are transformed by the work they do with/in communities. As new relationships and understandings of themselves emerge the possibilities to produce transformative and renewed work in communities becomes possible.
Small Data, Big Moments: Bearing With-ness in Community-Based Research - Lalitha M. Vasudevan, Teachers College, Columbia University
Theorizing Practices of Queer Chicana Teachers: Decolonizing the Violence of Silence - Carol Brochin, The University of Arizona
"You Have to Be a Circle, Not a Square": Theorizing Personal, Professional, and Community Knowledge With Puerto Rican Teachers - Sandra Quinones, Duquesne University
Decolonizing Research Praxis: Learning Side by Side With Girls of Color - Lisa Weems, Miami University