Sunday April 24th, 2015 @6pm
We all have moments in our lives that speak to us, that move us in a unexpected ways. One of these moments for me was an address given at the 2015 Society for Community Research and Action conference. Gina Langhout, a scholar and community psychologist, delivered her address entitled – This is not a history lesson; this is agitation: A call for a methodology of diffraction in U.S.-based community psychology – and I was left wanting to hear more, to know more, to ask more. Her speech was framed as a rallying call to the field in Community Psychology (and I think academic spaces more generally) and has stayed with me as I move through my own work. I am grateful and honoured to share that together with Gina we created an adapted version of her address on RadioActive! Bringing this speech to the airwaves was one of the highlights of my year here at RadioActive, and if you missed it we have the podcast for you here!
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