Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Cultural Foundations of Education
Gretchen E. Lopez
critcal race, epistemic injustice, intergroup dialogue, philosophy of education, social justice
This dissertation maps the role of testimonial injustice in education and the role of pedagogy in addressing knowledge injustices. Drawing from the disciplinary positions of philosophy of education and social justice education, this dissertation provides an analysis of student academic work to explore intergroup dialogue pedagogy. Specifically, this dissertation investigate if and how the education practice of intergroup dialogue pedagogy can facilitate epistemic justice. This analysis combines philosophical inquiry and document analysis to describe the ways in which practices of learning are related to social identifications. Finally, this dissertation offers applications of this theoretical analysis of epistemic justice for education practice and research.
Nastasi, Azam Wendy, "WE KNOW, NOW WHAT? TEACHING, LEARNING, (UN)KNOWING AND EDUCATING TOWARD EPISTEMIC JUSTICE" (2018). Dissertations - ALL. 907.
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