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BREAKING NEWS: INAUGURAL LAUNCH OF THE ASIAN AUSTRALIAN ACADEMICS ALLIANCE

Roland Sintos Coloma is Professor of Teacher Education and Global & Intercultural Studies at Miami University (Ohio, USA). His research interests include history and education; race, gender, and sexuality; Filipino/a and Asian diaspora.

Roland will be officially launching the newest branch of AAA—the Asian Australian Academics Alliance (AAAA), which will be the think tank for AAA but with a social advocacy component.

Come and hear our international guest speak about the Asian diaspora, culture and identity and social movements and advocacy.

Please RSVP by Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/asian-australian-academic-alliance-launch-race-identity-advocacy-tickets-20197746002

WHEN: WHERE: Sydney Mechanics School of Arts – 280 Pitt Street Sydney

 LIGHT REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED

Roland Coloma Invite

If you require further information, please contact Erin on 0402917082 or email AAA on: asianaustralianalliance@outlook.com



Roland Coloma’s Biography

Roland Sintos Coloma is Professor of Teacher Education and Global & Intercultural Studies at Miami University (Ohio, USA). He completed his Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from The Ohio State University (USA), and previously taught at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) of the University of Toronto (Canada). His research interests include history and education; race, gender, and sexuality; Filipino/a and Asian diaspora. Roland has received grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council in Canada, and has been selected for fellowships from AERA-Spencer and Mellon foundations in the United States. An editor of the Educational Studies journal, his publications include Postcolonial Challenges in Education (2009), Filipinos in Canada: Disturbing Invisibility (2012), and Asian Canadian Studies Reader (in press). He has two monographs in progress: Imperial Fixations, on history and colonial education; and From Grief to Grievance, on public pedagogies and social justice activism.