The Black Scholar Series: Dr. Elan Hope
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Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 11AM – 12:30PM CT
Main Lecture: Youth Activism amid Racism and Oppression
In this interactive talk, Dr. Hope will share research connecting activism, especially activism against anti-Black racism, to developmental outcomes among racially marginalized youth. Dr. Hope will discuss how activism might stem from experiences of racism and racial stress. Dr. Hope will also engage the audience in understand their own orientations toward activism against anti-Black racism, and possible practice and policy implications of considering activism as an “antidote” for the negative sequalae of consequences that result from racism.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 12:45PM – 1:45PM CT
Affinity Session: The Affinity Session provides the opportunity for Black students, staff, and faculty to come together in community with each other and the visiting scholar to collectively reflect on their realities of being Black and in the field of psychology.
Thursday, October 22, 2020, 11AM – 12PM CT
Special Session: Publishing Qualitative & Mixed Method Research: From the Eyes of an Associate Editor
In this interactive discussion, Dr. Hope will share her perspectives and take questions about publishing qualitative and mixed methods research. She will speak from her experiences as an associate editor, editorial board member, and reviewer for several journals in psychology.
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