EPSY 203: Social Justice Group Dialogue courses are now open for enrollment. These 1 credit hour, second 8 week courses provide students with opportunities to converse on specific diversity and social justice topic areas offered as separate sections under the course heading. Each section uses a structured dialogue format to explore intergroup and intragroup differences and similarities within historical and contemporary contexts. Specific focus will be on participants sharing their experiences and perspectives related to the specific dialogue topic. The dialogue format uses active learning exercises in addition to weekly readings, journal assignments, and topic based dialogues. May be repeated in the same term to a maximum of 2 hours. May be repeated in separate terms to a maximum of 6 hours. This semester we are offering the following dialogue topics: Exploring Gender (Cis & Trans); African/African American; 2 sections on Being White in a Multicultural Society Dialogue; 2 sections on Race/Ethnicity; Conservative/Liberal (Political Affiliation) dialogue; Exploring Disability; and US/International Relations: A Global Dialogue. For specific detailed information on the topics please go to: http://go.illinois.edu/EPSY203.
Joycelyn Landrum-Brown, Ph.D.
(Pronouns She, Her and Hers)
Adjunct Assistant Professor Educational Psychology and Psychology
Faculty affiliate Department of African-American Studies
Program Coordinator, Dialogue course coordinator, Diversity and Social Justice Education
Office of Inclusion and Intercultural Relations
1001 S. Wright St. (MC-410)
Champaign, IL. 61820