23 min

CHASIcast Episode 2: Dr. Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra CHASIcast

    • Education

The CHASIcast is back! Continuing on our trend of speaking to great friends and colleagues of CHASI, like Dr. Jacqueline Nolte, we turn this time to Dr. Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra. Dr. Sandhra has been the coordinator for UFV's South Asian Studies Institute for over a decade, is the co-curator at the Sikh Heritage Museum, co-chair of UFV's Race and Antiracism Network, an instructor in UFV's history department, and most recently earned her PhD from UBC's history department on April 19!
Dr. Sandhra joined us and shared that wealth of experience and knowledge, speaking about her studies on museums as spaces of belonging, her work on the recently-launched South Asian Canadian Legacy Project, and how she brings her anti-racist lens into the classroom environment.
To see more of Dr. Sandhra and her work, follow @SharnFTC on Twitter and @ufvSASI on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, plus check blogs.ufv.ca/chasi/chasicast-2 for links to her many projects.
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Hosted by CHASI’s director Dr. Martha Dow and recorded in CIVL Radio’s studio at the University of the Fraser Valley, the CHASIcast is available to stream below, or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music/Audible, and other platforms!

The CHASIcast is back! Continuing on our trend of speaking to great friends and colleagues of CHASI, like Dr. Jacqueline Nolte, we turn this time to Dr. Sharanjit Kaur Sandhra. Dr. Sandhra has been the coordinator for UFV's South Asian Studies Institute for over a decade, is the co-curator at the Sikh Heritage Museum, co-chair of UFV's Race and Antiracism Network, an instructor in UFV's history department, and most recently earned her PhD from UBC's history department on April 19!
Dr. Sandhra joined us and shared that wealth of experience and knowledge, speaking about her studies on museums as spaces of belonging, her work on the recently-launched South Asian Canadian Legacy Project, and how she brings her anti-racist lens into the classroom environment.
To see more of Dr. Sandhra and her work, follow @SharnFTC on Twitter and @ufvSASI on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, plus check blogs.ufv.ca/chasi/chasicast-2 for links to her many projects.
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Hosted by CHASI’s director Dr. Martha Dow and recorded in CIVL Radio’s studio at the University of the Fraser Valley, the CHASIcast is available to stream below, or on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music/Audible, and other platforms!

23 min