ACAM320J


In ACAM 320J – Asian Canadian Community Organizing (Community Engaged Research), students will learn about and practise ethical and collaborative research with and for Asian Canadian communities. Along with lectures, discussions and readings, students will engage directly with and learn from community research partners who have worked with Asian Canadian studies faculty at UBC. The course will enable students to implement research projects in collaboration with local community partners and to collaborate on a ‘community charter’ that articulates what it means to do meaningful research for Asian Canadian communities, by and with Asian Canadian communities.

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In 2023W, ACAM320J 001 will be offered in Term 1 on Tuesday and Thursday, 12-1:30pm.  It will be co-delivered by Dr. JP Catungal from the Institute for Gender, Race, Sexuality and Social Justice and christina lee from hua foundation.