Eve Tuck Keynote

Decolonizing Conference Politics of Memory and Reconciliation (Day 3)

Biting the University that Feeds You: Theories of Change in the Settler State and its Universities

Public Engagement and the Politics of Evidence in an Age of Neoliberalism and Audit Culture Symposium

July 2015, University of Regina

Click the flyer to see the recorded AERA Presidential Session Toward What Justice: Describing Diverse Dreams of Educational Justice Eve Tuck, K. Wayne Yang, Leigh Patel, Nirmala Erevelles, Jen Jack Gieseking and Kris Gutierrez April 2015, Chicago, IL, USA

Click the flyer to see the recorded AERA Presidential Session

Toward What Justice: Describing Diverse Dreams of Educational Justice

Eve Tuck, K. Wayne Yang, Leigh Patel, Nirmala Erevelles, Jen Jack Gieseking and Kris Gutierrez

April 2015, Chicago, IL, USA

Refusal, Resistance and Desire in Youth Participatory Action Research

February 3, 2015 UMass Amherst

This lecture will focus on some of the persistent conundrums of research on youth resistance. At times, new understandings of youth resistance can help us to think in new ways. Theorizing desire instead of damage can also bring important insights. Yet, refusal as an ethical research practice may be among the most significant strides we can make in academic-community partnerships to confront settler colonialism in social science research.

Respect and Risk: Chasing the Benefits of Research in Indigenous Communities

November 2014, University of New Brunswick, Fredricton, NB, Canada

Celebrating the 15 Anniversary of Decolonizing Methodologies

April, 2013

Linda Tuhiwai Smith and Eve Tuck, New York City