Diversifying my Curriculum Masterclass , University of Kent, Wednesday, 25. September 2019

Co-hosted by KLS Centre for Sexuality, Race & Gender Justice (SeRGJ), Centre for the Study of Higher Education and Student Success Project (Medway)
This hands-on workshop on how to diversify your curriculum will be led by Michelle Grue. She will be drawing on her interdisciplinary research in education and writing inspired by Black feminist, digital and African American rhetorics, and critical race/anti-racist education theories to investigate diversity issues in academia.
Her current research projects include a joint study with Black studies and sociology to grade sociology PhD departments on how well they prepare their students to research and teach on issues of race gender.  She has also explored how Black female faculty utilize the digital environment to mitigate isolation, share their research, and cultivate a national and international reputation.
Michelle enjoys using her pedagogical and theoretical knowledge with the same diverse student population that inhabits the focus of her research. Follow her on Twitter: @mnpgrue
Publications: Grue, M. Contracted publication, Fall 2019 issue. "On the defensive or deliberately dazzling: Black women professors’ performative body rhetoric." Journal of Multimodal Rhetoric.
DelliCarpini, D., Mattison, M., Efthymiou, A., Cutrufello, G., Grue, M. (Contracted publication, Fall2019) Institutional support. In DelliCarpini, D., Greer, J., & Fishman, J. (Eds.) The Naylor , South Carolina: Parlor Press.
All UoK/CCU staff welcome - bring along aspects of your curriculum/teaching that you would like to work on. 
Contact:
KLS research supportklsresearch@

Location: Templeman Library Seminar Room 7 & 8 
Time: 1pm for a 1.15 start. 

Wednesday, 25. September 2019, University of Kent, Diversifying my Curriculum Masterclass

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