A driving force behind the launch of the Deans’ Seminar initiative at MIIS has been a provocation crafted by Kent and Alfredo around the role that action research can play in (a) helping international development practitioners live up to their ideals and (b) to likewise challenge those who educate such practitioners to reflect critically on their own work.
Their provocation is closely tied to Continue reading
… articles and resources from
the Action Research Journal (ARJ) Special Issue:
Development, Aid and Social Transformation (2016)
Download the Call for Papers (2014)
The Terrible Truth:
Interrogating Systems of Power and Privilege and Choosing to Act
Led by Mary Brydon-Miller, a trailblazer in experiential learning, transformative pedagogy, and action research, this workshop/master class will explore how to generate empathetic relationships that allow for constructive co-inquiry in social change processes and in our classrooms.
Space limited to 20 faculty, students, staff, and alumni.
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One of the world’s foremost action research scholar-practitioners – Hilary Bradbury – will offer a Master Class to interested Middlebury Institute (MIIS) faculty on December 8. You can learn more about Hilary on the Action Research Plus site and via her OHSU faculty profile.
In this Master Class, Hilary will talk about Continue reading