USAHS Library Presents Contexts Event Series to Support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Research
The USAHS Library is excited to present the Contexts event series during the Fall trimester!
Contexts is a co-curricular library program supporting the University community’s learning and research, through the lens of social justice and intersectionality. This series is composed of virtual events hosted by USAHS librarians, with each session focused on a different theme relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion in research and evidence-based practice.
Contexts events are open and relevant to all USAHS community members, including prospective students and alumni.
You are welcome to join all or any of these events as we expand our research approaches and information literacy skills. You can find the event information and sign up to attend in the upcoming events page on the Library website. There are currently six Contexts events scheduled for the Fall term.
- Intersectionality in the Search for Evidence: September 28 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
- How to be an Antiracist Researcher: October 5 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
- Researching Beyond the Binary: LGBTQIA+ Communities: October 19 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
- Feminist Perspectives in Research: November 2 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
- Cognitive Bias in the Literature Search: November 16 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
- Systemic Bias in Internet Search Engines and Scholarly Databases: November 30 at 5:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Central / 8:00 PM Eastern
Blog post by Matthew Chase (he / his), MASP, MLIS, San Marcos Campus Librarian