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Narda Razack




Friday Workshop:

11:15-12:45 Workshop 2: Race, Equity & The Academy

“From PHD to Tenure and Promotion.” With Dr Narda Razack, Professor of Social Work and Associate Dean (Faculty), Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies at York University

Conference Paper:

"Situating race, gender and nation: Navigating administration through the lens of postcolonial, spatial and critical race theory."



Dr. Narda Razack is an Associate Dean, Faculty in the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies and Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at York University. She has extensive experience in administration, research and teaching. She began her tenure at York as the Field Education Director which led to articles and a book Transforming the Field: Critical Anti-racist and Anti-oppressive Perspectives for the Human Services Practicum. She also served as the Graduate Program Director and spearheaded a 2 yr MSW and a PhD program. Dr. Razack co-edited the journal Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict and World Order and is s a co-applicant on a recently awarded CURA, Assets Coming Together for Youth: Linking Research, Policy and Action for Positive Youth Development. She is also a team member on a CIDA funded project, Social Work in Nigeria. She has held many leadership roles - nationally with the Canadian Association of Social Work Education and internationally where she is currently a Board Member of the International Association of Schools of Social Work (IASSW) and chairs the Task Force on International Exchanges and Research Collaborations for this association. Her research areas include: North-South relations, globalization and international social work, critical race theory and post-colonialism. Dr. Razack is drawing on her current experiences as the Associate Dean, Faculty to add a new dimension to her research – race and equity in administration.



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