Pedagogy Spotlight: Enslaved Peoples in New England – Two Public Humanities Teaching Approaches

WedFeb28
- ARCH 239A

ϲ's Co-Lab is hosting a Community-Engaged Public Humanities Training series to support faculty in exploring public humanities pedagogy and project development methods and ethical and reciprocal community engagement practices.

Wednesday, February 28, 2024, 3:00-4:30 pm (In person) ARCH 239A
Facilitators: Dr. Laura D’Amore and Dr. Charlotte Carrington-Farmer

Come learn about ways that two professors at ϲ have approached the teaching of enslaved people in New England, as it relates to the public humanities and arts.  Case studies will include collaborating with community partners, centering student-driven research, co-writing curriculum, and approaching sensitive topics with humility.