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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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Beyond the Bright Lights

By Imagining America

September 15, 2016

By Heather Radke, an M.F.A. candidate in Nonfiction at Columbia University and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE Blog Salon explores themes of…

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Reflections on Forming Communities in Public Scholarship

By Imagining America

September 15, 2016

By Leah Marion Roberts, a Doctoral student in Community Research & Action at Vanderbilt University and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE…

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Navigating an Activist-Scholar Identity in Higher Education

By Imagining America

September 15, 2016

By Diane Romo, a Doctoral student in Cultural Foundations of Education at Syracuse University and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This…

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Lessons of the Body

By Imagining America

September 14, 2016

By Christofer Rodelo, a Ph.D. student in American Studies at Harvard University and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE Blog Salon explores themes of…

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Public Engagement: Beautifully messy

By Imagining America

September 14, 2016

By LB Hannahs, a Ph.D. student in Higher Education Administration at the University of Florida and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE)…

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The Dynamism of Public Scholarship and Public Scholars

By Imagining America

September 13, 2016

By Michael Aguirre, a Doctoral student in History at the University of Washington, Seattle and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellow. This PAGE…

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Creating Equal Access for All

By Imagining America

September 13, 2016

By Angela Duran Real, a Ph.D. candidate in Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Washington, Seattle and a 2016–2017 Publicly…

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Workshop Lessons: Privilege and Perspective in Radical Writing

By Imagining America

September 11, 2016

By Diana Arterian, a Doctoral student in Literature & Creative Writing at the University of Southern California and a 2016–2017 Publicly Active…

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Researching My Way to Hózhó

By Imagining America

September 11, 2016

By Winoka Begay, a Doctoral student in Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Studies at the University of New Mexico and a…

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Welcome to the 2016 PAGE Blog Salon

By Imagining America

September 11, 2016

Welcome to the 5th Annual PAGE Blog Salon! The 2016-2017 PAGE Fellows are scholars, activists, and artists at universities across…

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