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Razieh Alba, Ms

PhD Student and Instructor at University of Calgary

Razieh Alba is a PhD Candidate at the University of Calgary’s Educational Research in Curriculum and Learning. As an Art Educator, her areas of research and interest lie in integrating Indigenous knowledges in art curriculums to better serve her students and the communities that she is a part of. Her current research project focuses on the use of Two-Eyed Seeing to combine both Indigenous and Western ways of knowing in the classroom. She is also a practicing three-dimensional, visual, and conceptual artist whose areas of focus lie in addressing deep-rooted social issues through the use of narrative storytelling to create spaces where viewers can reflect on their own personal biases and lived experiences. Through this process, Alba works to shift perspectives related to social stigmas and provide spaces where social change takes place on a deeply personal, individual level.

Razieh Alba's contributions

The ECR Journey: At Crossroads of Becoming

5 Jun 2024 9:30 am - 5:30 pm

On this 2nd ECR Annual Conference we continue to celebrate the ECR journeys and welcome educational researchers and practitioners to join us in Leeds.  This year’s conference is anchored on the...

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