Feminist Digital Research/Pedagogy/Writing as Community-based Practice
This contribution to The Engaged Faculty Collection appeared first as a post on my blog. There, it pointed to this larger collection of essays, spearheaded by Tessa Hicks Peterson, that tracks Pitzer College’s forward thinking, active and ongoing engagement, across its history, to practices and methods known variously as community-based learning, civic engagement and action research.
Published in The Pitzer College 50th Anniversary Engaged Faculty Collection, 2014-05-14
Claremont, Community Engagement Center, ed. Tessa Hicks-Peterson. pgs. 35-38
Topics: Critical Internet Studies | Feminist Media | Pedagogy |