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"Heterodox Academy member Erec Smith, Associate Professor of Rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania, leads a session addressing anti-racism in academia. Smith presents on his book, A [[Critique of Anti-racism in Rhetoric and Composition]]: The Semblance of Empowerment, speaking to what he sees as the problems of many anti-racist approaches to teaching and scholarship, and then explore empowerment theory and collaborative pedagogy as solutions to these problems."
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"Heterodox Academy member Erec Smith, Associate Professor of Rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania, leads a session addressing anti-racism in academia. Smith presents on his book, A [[Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition]]: The Semblance of Empowerment, speaking to what he sees as the problems of many anti-racist approaches to teaching and scholarship, and then explore empowerment theory and collaborative pedagogy as solutions to these problems."
  
 
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Video via https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fez0cN_FhoM&t=733s


Description

"Heterodox Academy member Erec Smith, Associate Professor of Rhetoric at York College of Pennsylvania, leads a session addressing anti-racism in academia. Smith presents on his book, A Critique of Anti-Racism in Rhetoric and Composition: The Semblance of Empowerment, speaking to what he sees as the problems of many anti-racist approaches to teaching and scholarship, and then explore empowerment theory and collaborative pedagogy as solutions to these problems."