Teaching

📍 Waipapa Taumata Rau (University of Auckland)

2021

Diasporic Decoloniality

Sociology and Criminology Seminar Series, University of Auckland 

Friday 17 September, 3-4 pm in B435-820, Zoom link TBA

This presentation will discuss the positionality of scholars engaging in sociological work by asking, 'what does it mean to engage in decolonial work as a diasporic migrant on a settler-colonial state?'. Drawing on decolonial scholarship of Walter Mignolo, Catherine Walsh, Linda Tuhiwai Smith and the phenomenological framework of Emily. S. Lee, the various ways in which the Master's tools can be utilised for liberation of the marginalised will be explored. 

APRU Workshop Series: Overcoming Anti-Asian Hate: Part II: Global Perspectives

Association of Pacific Rim Universities, organised by UCLA 

November 2021, further details TBC

2020-2021

2021

Migration and Multiculturalism in Aotearoa (August 2021)   

TFCSOCIOL 92F Tertiary Foundation Certificate in Sociology

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Politics of Identity Construction (August 2021)

ASIAN 140/G New Zealand and Asia 

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Thinking ‘Race’ (May 2021)

SOCIOL 200 Theory and Society

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Decolonial Theories (May 2021)

SOCIOL 200 Theory and Society

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'Race', Representation and Resistance (May 2021) 

SOCIOL 105 Cultural Studies and Society

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2020

Migration and Multiculturalism; A Decolonial Perspective (September 2020)

SOCIOL 101/G Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand

'Race' and Resistance in Popular Culture (May 2020)

SOCIOL 105 Cultural Studies and Society

2018-2021

Past Panels + Courses
 

Panellist

Is Masculinity Inherently Toxic? (May, 2021)

Gender Studies Panel Discussion, University of Auckland

Who are the victims of patriarchy? Race, ethnicity, coloniality, queerness and class (April 2021)

Gender Studies Panel Discussion, University of Auckland

Lecturer

Sociology 101/G: Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand (Summer School, 2021)

Graduate Teaching Assistant 

Sociology 103: New Zealand Social Policy and Social Justice (S2, 2020)

Sociology 105: Cultural Studies and Society (S1, 2020)

Sociology 101/G: Understanding Aotearoa New Zealand (S2, 2018; SS, 2019; S2, 2019)
Sociology 100: Issues and Themes in Sociology (S2, 2018; S1, 2019)
Sociology 213: Ethnicity and Identity (S1, 2018)