18 OCTOBER 2020
9 AM PDT
Biidabin: Midwifing, Between Times, and Kinship in Growing the Story of Other Worlds
Megan Bang is Ojibwe and of Italian descent, a mother, grandmother, auntie, daughter, and partner. She is a Professor of the Learning Sciences and Psychology at Northwestern University. Dr. Bang studies dynamics of culture and human learning, and development with a specific focus on regenerating relations between human worlds and more than human worlds beyond settler colonialism, racial capitalism, and human supremacy. Dr. Bang is focused on cultivating the conditions under which human learning and maturation create ethical geographies of living.