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Politics and Ethics in Learning

a Carl A. Grant Visiting Scholar Lecture featuring Shirin Vossoughi

Event Details

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
10:30-11:30 a.m.
Shirin Vossoughi studies the social, cultural, historical, political and ethical dimensions of learning. As the daughter of Iranian immigrants, she is also personally invested in studying and developing educational settings for youth from migrant, immigrant and diasporic backgrounds. In this talk, she will draw from two social design experiments to discuss politics and ethics as central aspects of human learning.