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From: "'target' target@batstar.net

To: psysr-disc@yahoogroups.com

Subject: Re: [psysr-disc] Teaching tools - postcolonialism

Date: Wed, June 8, 2016 3:04 pm

 

Xsv:

I'd look at the work of Roberto Beneduce, Frantz Fanon Centre, Univ. of Turin, where there is experience in the practicum of Cultural and Psychological Anthropology. The activity that "perpetuates colonialism to marginalized clients" is their workaday critical engagement.

Jancis Long and I have networked with Nancy Scheper-Hughes at U.C. Berkeley, who has a working relationship with Dr. Beneduce.

 

Andrew Phelps

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On Wed, June 8, 2016 10:56 am, Xsv wrote:

I am hoping to turn to you for some ideas on resources and teaching tools. I am currently teaching a course to doctoral psychology students re: systems and structures. I am hoping to have them engage in an activity that will help them learn how to manage practicing psychology and the cognitive dissonance experienced when realizing Western psychology perpetuates colonialism to marginalized clients.

I apologize as I know this is quite vague, but I am hoping you get the spirit of what I am hoping to foster. Any ideas are greatly appreciated!!!