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Culture, Community and ‘Making visible’

By Imagining America

September 18, 2015

Supriya Manandhar is a Master’s student in Art Education at Virginia Commonwealth University, and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education…

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When Place Matters

By Imagining America

September 17, 2015

By Floridalma Boj Lopez is a Doctoral student in American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active…

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From the Charleston Syllabus to the Charleston Curriculum

By Imagining America

September 16, 2015

By Brittany Farr is a Doctoral student in Communication at the University of Southern California and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE…

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Alchemizing a Body From Ash: The #CharlestonSyllabus & Why History Matters

By Imagining America

September 16, 2015

By Paul Tran studies Archives & Public History and is the Graduate Scholar in the Archives at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at…

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Creating expansive learning experiences

By Imagining America

September 15, 2015

By Lily Hodges a Doctoral student in History at University of California, Davis and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE Blog Salon…

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­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Wonderings (and Wanderings) on Public Engagement

By Imagining America

September 13, 2015

By Kira Pasquesi, a Doctoral student in Higher Education and Student Affairs at University of Iowa and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education…

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Breaking the Rules of Space

By Imagining America

September 13, 2015

By Leann Heath, a Master’s student in Theatre and Community at Emerson College and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE Blog…

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Late Nights & Netflix: Choosing Publicly Engaged Work

By Imagining America

September 13, 2015

By Sarah Atwood, a Doctoral student in American Studies at the University of Minnesota and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE)…

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The Complexities of Scholar­-Activism: Meditations on the First Day of Class

By Imagining America

September 13, 2015

By Malcolm Tariq, a Doctoral student in the Department of English Language and Literature at the University of Michigan and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active…

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Activism Is All About Listening

By Imagining America

September 13, 2015

By Christopher Cody, a Doctoral Research Fellow in the History Department at St. John’s University and a 2015–2016 Publicly Active Graduate Education…

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Welcome to the 2015 PAGE Blog Salon

By Imagining America

September 11, 2015

Welcome to the 4th Annual PAGE Blog Salon! The 2015­-2016 PAGE Fellows are scholars, activists, and artists at universities across…

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2015-2016 PAGE Fellows & Blog Salon, Sept. 14-18

By Holly Zahn

September 11, 2015

Imagining America welcomes thirteen graduate students with a demonstrated commitment to publicly engaged scholarship and the cultural disciplines to the…

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To be anti-racist and White. Or, A snapshot of an anxious mind

To be anti-racist and White. Or, A snapshot of an anxious mind

By Imagining America

May 18, 2015

By Elyse Gordon, PAGE Co-director Good grief. I am overwhelmed by what is going on and my responsibility to act.…

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Baltimore City is about all of us

By Imagining America

May 05, 2015

By Enger Muteteke, PAGE 2014-2015 Fellow The cameras have gone. I don’t know what to write. I don’t know what to…

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