Talking about Gender Based Violence on the Morning Edition with Promundo Educator Natko Geres. Thursday Feb 9th, 2017
This a Webinar i took part in on "Academic freedom is in crisis". The commercialisation and privatisation of scholarship, the precariousness of academic careers, and the restrictions of university management regimes entail significant barriers to freedom in research and teaching. What are the features of this crisis of academic freedom, and how might it be addressed? We address these questions in this webinar with Daniel Nehring, Dylan Kerrigan, and Joanna Williams. This webinar is a collaborative enterprise, bringing together a range of scholars and perspectives on academic freedom. See papers posted from the Webinar here
An intersectionality exercise i conducting with the Judicial Education Institute of Trinidad and Tobago as part of a 3 day Continuing Education Seminar guiding 150+ participants through identifying areas of systemic and cultural bias, as well as bias in their lives, and suggesting solutions for improvement through self-awareness and action. See the seminar website here
What are the limitations of self help and self improvement? In this talk Dylan dives deeply into this conversation to provide an alternative perspective on self help and how it does or does not contribute to improving society.
Meet TEDxPortofSpain 2015 Speaker Dylan Kerrigan
Who's Afraid of Human Rights? The Judge's Dilemma. Judicial Education Institute of Trinidad and Tobago Fifth Distinguished Jurist Lecture 2015 - Panel Discussion on Thursday, May 14, 2015
Medium length interview for Popanth on writing anthropology for a popular audience. Please excuse the lack of editing.
Me jumping into Highland waterfall in Tobago. Its quite shallow so you got to try to land on your bum