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Women in Academe – Thoughts on Welcoming Diversity of Critique and Conversation

Women in Academe

Thoughts on Welcoming Diversity of Critique and Conversation

Meg and her notebook.

Prof. Dr. Meg Holden & Robin Chang, M.Sc., 18 December 2020

Meg Holden joins us before the winter holidays at the end of 2020, as the current Director of the Urban Studies Program and Professor for Urban Studies and Geography at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver (CA).

Our latest Women in Academe conversation traverses Meg’s journey from developing her environmental consciousness to pursuing public and urban studies as well as pragmatism. Join us to hear about her experiences through analog confrontations with chaos to a diversity of critiques as ways for us – feminist or not – to move forward in academia.

 

 

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