UBC Educational Studies (EDST)

Blogsite

Author: EDST

A River of Resilience

By Yao Xiao (EDST alumnus and sessional)

A ‘Hidden’ Crisis: The cost of power

Jed Anderson “Technique has penetrated the deepest recesses of the human being. The machine tends not only to create a…

Call for Submissions – Deadline Oct 5th

PDF: Call for Submission – September 2020

Laziness, racism, and systemic change

Laziness, racism, and systemic change Jude Walker I’m lazy. In saying this it may seem that I’ve embraced yet another…

Why I Can’t Hold Space for You Anymore, a self-examination exercise

Why I Can’t Hold Space for You Anymore, a self-examination exercise Vanessa Andreotti, Sharon Stein, Elwood Jimmy and the GTDF collective…

Academic Indian job description, a poem

Academic Indian job description, a poem By Cash Ahenakew Photo by: Vanessa de Oliveira Andreotti   have to know western…

No One Matters Until Black Lives Matter

No One Matters Until Black Lives Matter June 4, 2020 By Sam Rocha Original Post: https://medium.com/@SamRocha/no-one-matters-until-black-lives-matter-68822af9e49f I don’t know where…

The durable archaeology of anti-black racism in North America

Ali A. Abdi Few minutes before I started writing this short blogpost, the results from two independent autopsies on the…

© 2021 UBC Educational Studies (EDST). Theme by Anders Norén.

Spam prevention powered by Akismet