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Adam Rudder

PDGIA
Academic Committee
Adam Rudder, was born in Vancouver and completed his Master of Arts degree in history at the University of Victoria, where he wrote about the Hogan’s Alley community in Strathcona. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Ljubljana where he documented the experiences of people of African descent who arrived to Socialist Yugoslavia primarily through Tito scholarships. He is currently full-time faculty and coordinator of the Bachelor of Arts and Individualized Studies program at Fairleigh Dickinson University (Vancouver) where he teaches in the Department of Literature, Languages, Writing, and Humanities. Adam is also a founding member of the Hogan’s Alley Society, which is committed to the research and writing of Black experience in the 20th century British Columbia. He is also a founding member of the BC Community Alliance, an organization committed to eroding the structural foundations of anti-black racism in BC schools. He recently coauthored a post-humanist critique of the lingering impacts of settler colonial logic in Western pedagogical practice:
Posthumanist Perspectives on Racialized Life and Human Difference Pedagogy - Mikulan - 2019 - Educational Theory - Wiley Online Library
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