The Institute for Critical Race & Ethnic Studies’ Visiting Fellow, Edad Mercier is hosting a two-day workshop on Participatory Action Research (PAR) Methods and Education in Emergencies (EiE).
This virtual workshop webinar will be held on March 27th and March 29th from 11 am to 12 pm EST.
Edad Mercier, LLM, MSc is an Adjunct Professor of History at St. John’s University and is currently completing her dissertation, which is a critical, intellectual legal history of the Great Gaines cases, Dred Scott Decision, transatlantic slavery, and the evolution of the American appeals system in the 19th century. Her work involves developing curricula, syllabi, and workshops for students and practitioners that include PAR design to address global inequalities.
This workshop is open to SJU undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students as well as early to mid-career professionals. Through this workshop, participants will learn the fundamentals of PAR and EiE including ethical issues and policy debates. There will also be an opportunity to design your own PAR study using tools available through open-source software. Upon completion, a badge and certificate of completion will be awarded.
The flyer for this workshop event is attached to this email, please distribute this to your respective units.
For any additional questions regarding this event please contact Edad Mercier at [email protected]