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Situated Solidarity, Scholar-Activism and the Images in Our Heads

By Imagining America

September 13, 2017

By Eric Goldfischer, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography, Environment and Society at the University of Minnesota, and a 2017-2018 Publicly Active…

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Towards a Unified Future

By Imagining America

September 12, 2017

By Jashodhara Sen, a Ph.D. student in Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Colorado-Boulder, and a 2017-2018 Publicly Active…

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Freeing the Selves: A Journey Towards Breaking Down the Boundaries Between My Scholarly, Political, and Creative Lives

By Imagining America

September 12, 2017

By Naomi Extra, a Ph.D. Candidate in American Studies at Rutgers University, Newark, and a 2017-2018 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE)…

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The “We of Me”: Keeping Community in Public Scholarship

By Imagining America

September 11, 2017

By Gale Greenlee, a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina…

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Welcome to the 6th Annual PAGE Blog Salon!

By Imagining America

September 09, 2017

The 2017-2018 PAGE fellows are scholars, activists and artists at universities across the United States. They are dedicated to advancing…

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2017-18 PAGE Fellows Selected, Blog Salon Announced

By Imagining America

September 08, 2017

Imagining America (IA) welcomes a new cohort of ten graduate students with a demonstrated commitment to publicly engaged scholarship and…

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Erica Kohl-Arenas Selected as Imagining America Faculty Director

By Imagining America

May 04, 2017

Erica Kohl-Arenas has been selected to lead Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life, it was announced by IA…

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2017-2018 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Call for Fellows

By Imagining America

April 21, 2017

Fellowship Application PAGE’s 2017-2018 Call for Fellows is inspired by Imagining America’s conference provocation to consider how community engagement, public…

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Speaking Out on Proposed White House Budget Cuts

By Imagining America

March 23, 2017

Last week, we received the not surprising, but critical news that the National Endowment for the Arts and the National…

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2016 Presidents’ Forum Summary

By Imagining America

February 27, 2017

Hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone, and facilitated by the Presidents’ Council Co-Chairs and Planning Team, the…

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2017 Call for Participation

By Imagining America

February 15, 2017

C.A.L.L. [Communities. Arts. Lands. Learning.] This is a call for participation A call for your ideas And a call for…

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Arts-Based Intervention on Islamophobia Spurs Dialogue

By Imagining America

February 03, 2017

A University of Washington Bothell class that produced a video as a final project and a statement against Islamophobia saw…

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Rural Arts Weekly and IA: At the Crossroads of Digital Play & Critical Engagement in Milwaukee 2016

By Imagining America

October 03, 2016

From democratized reportage to grassroots organizing campaigns, social media’s role in knowledge-sharing, coalition-building, and cross-sector creative leadership has never been…

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Mentoring Girls to be Rebels: Learning Public Scholarship from a WOC Girl Studies Lens

By Imagining America

September 15, 2016

By Yessica Garcia Hernandez, a Doctoral student in Ethnic Studies at the University of California, San Diego and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate…

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