The CrimSL Research Cluster for the Study of Racism and inequality held its first session of Works in Progress on Friday, February 4, 2022. Kadija Lodge-Tulloch led the first session, sharing how “Light Piercing Through Darkness, a spoken-word video project, helped [her] evolve as a scholar.” She continues to describe her thought process as follows:
In the span of 10 months, I discovered my identity as a Christian, scholar advocate. Developing this piece gave me the confidence to understand and justify my research decisions through my identity as a Christian, Black woman and Advocate.
If you missed the first session, you can watch a recording of the session below.
Works in Progress is a monthly workshop series for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to present their works in progress and receive feedback from their peers. Keep checking the CrimSL website for upcoming dates.