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Presentation Proposal - NACADA Annual Conference
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Conference Year: 2021
Session #: 077(LEC)
Title: What's Land Got to Do With It? Settler Colonialism and Academic Advising
Lead Presenter: CJ Venable
Date: October 07, 2021    Time: 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Room: Zoom Room 2
Abstract: Issues of settler colonialism and decolonization are not new but have only recently been taken up in higher education and student affairs. Academic advising and NACADA have yet to catch up to other student affairs professional associations that explicitly address settler colonialism and decolonization. But what is settler colonialism and why does it matter to higher education and to advising specifically? This session will explore key concepts from settler colonialism and how advising helps to uphold them. Then, advisors will be encouraged to reflect critically on their practice and profession to seek out opportunities to rethink relationships and desire decolonization as decolonial machines within the colonizing assemblage of the university.
Handouts
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C332-H01.pdf --- Settler Colonialism and Advising Slides Venable 332
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