Episode 3: Annette Henry
Dr. Annette Henry holds the David Lam Chair in Multicultural Education in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia. She is a Professor and former department head in the Department of Language and Literacy Education and is cross-appointed to the Institute for Race, Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice. Her scholarship examines race, class, language, gender and culture in socio-cultural contexts of teaching and learning within the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. A highly decorated and world-renowned scholar and teacher, Annette is currently working on locating intersectionality in non-Western archives and expanding global conversations about diverse feminisms. She is a 2021 Wall Scholar at the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.
Listen to the podcast below or watch the original video conversation here.
About the Series
Classrooms are to be safe spaces, we’re told. Yet educators working within complex realms, where the tensions and discomforts of human experience offer no safe havens, know that deep learning often elicits strong feelings. Created by Dr. Tara Mayer and presented by the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies, On Feeling and Knowing, is a series of seven recorded conversations with seasoned educators working at the creative frontiers of their disciplines. Their insights reveal what classrooms of higher education were traditionally conceived to be and what they can become. These conversations aren’t prescriptions or guidelines, but generous and candid reflections by educators daring to disrupt educational norms, in search of deeper and more diverse pathways to knowledge.
More information about this episode, including selected reading and resources, is available here: