‘Activism as Leadership: Black feminist politics of resistance, impact and change’
About this event
How do Black women at the sharp end of activist struggle propel, collaborate, and inspire?
Dr Etienne will be speaking on the topic of leadership, referring to Chapter 2 ‘Black women academics: Politics of representation and community activism in the African diaspora’ by Patricia Daley from her recent edited book Communities of Activism: Black Women, Higher Education, and the Politics of Representation (2020) London: UCL Press.
Please see this invitation for our online research seminar with Dr Jan Etienne who will be presenting ‘Activism as Leadership: Black feminist politics of resistance, impact and change’ on the 25th October 2022, 2-4 pm.
Please follow the link below to book your place on Eventbrite
The seminar is a part of this year’s Specialist Pathways DProf LED5001 Leadership session and the Work and Learning Research Centre SIGCERS Expert Seminar series for Middlesex University doctoral students and staff.
We will send you the Zoom link for the seminar after you book your place. Any questions please email email@example.com or G.Weller@mdx.ac.uk
Sponsored by the Special Pathways DProf and Work and Learning Research Centre SIG/CERS
Please go to our Work and Learning network site for a brief review and Jan’s presentation.
Please follow the link for more information about the Womanism Higher Education Research Network: