In conversation with Mark Currie {Pandemic Pedagogy convo 29} Imagining a New ‘We’

How do we teach history during COVID-19? Doctoral Candidate Mark Currie discusses the links between anti-racist geographies and teaching and learning history, and argues that these links can help us think about how we enact historical exclusions and inclusions in shaping, and reaffirming, spaces.
Learn about the Pandemic Pedagogy series on the Imagining a New ‘We’ video series, here: https://www.imagininganewwe.com/videos/pandemic-pedagogy
Watch our conversation on YouTube: https://youtu.be/AC_9M2jwkmo
Find Mark on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CurrieMTS
Learn more about me at https://www.SamanthaCutrara.com/
Learn more about the Imagining a New We video series at https://www.ImaginingaNewWe.com/videos
See all the Pandemic Pedagogy videos at https://www.ImaginingaNewWe.com/videos/pandemic-pedagogy
All the Pandemic Pedagogy conversations are also available as a podcast: https://anchor.fm/Samantha-Cutrara
Read about the Pandemic Pedagogy series at http://activehistory.ca/2020/04/how-do-we-teach-history-after-this-thoughts-from-the-pandemic-pedagogy-series/
Pre-order Transforming the Canadian History Classroom: Imagining a New ‘We’!
https://www.amazon.ca/Transforming-Canadian-History-Classroom-Imagining/dp/0774862831
https://www.ubcpress.ca/transforming-the-canadian-history-classroom
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