Ethical Subjectivity

Ethical SubjectivityEthical

  • Politics of connection
  • Narrative identity
  • Strategies for making change
  • Community building
  • Allyship
  • Indigenous solidarity
  • Decolonization

Example areas of study/research:  

  • Adopting the practice of “journaling” to critique how our individual daily behaviours/activities impact the planet.
  • Using one’s own privileged position as a form of participatory action to provide support for a traditionally marginalized group/community.