RACEE Projects is an umbrella framework that invites the creation of collaborative knowledge through invested explorations of how race functions in intimate and erotic ways. Bringing together arts, education, theory, and research, the projects intend to offer new ways to think, discuss, and engage with race, sex(uality), and desire.
Sex Salon: “Speaking” Sex to Power: Pedagogies of Intimacy and Epistemologies of Touch (upcoming January 2016)
The Touch Project: Intimate pedagogy, racism, and desire
Presentation at the University of Toronto’s Mark Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies as part of their 2015-2016 Sex Salon Series. More information regarding the event will be posted as it becomes available.
Exploring Community Outreach Initiatives for Artist-Run Centres: A Case Study Using Anti-Racist Feminist Pedagogies to Create Inclusive Spaces for Knowledge Exchange. Muséologies, vol. 7(1), 2014.