Social Justice in Campus-Community Partnerships: A Public Scholarship Roundtable Series
Posted: 10/7/2019 (Local Events)
Social Justice in Campus-Community Partnerships
A Public Scholarship Roundtable Series
What is public scholarship? What does it generate? Who does it address? Why is it important today?
This roundtable series seeks to deepen and enlarge cross-disciplinary conversations about scholarship as a public practice oriented toward social justice. Speakers discuss their diverse experiences facilitating campus-community dialogues and collaborations that promote effective, creative, and just problem-solving for social change.
All roundtables take place 3:30-5:00 pm in Communications 126
Friday, October 11: What Does Public Scholarship Produce? Artifacts/Evidence
Monica De La Torre (Transborder Studies, Arizona State University)// Tracy Lai (History, Seattle
Central College)// Megan Ybarra (Geography, University of Washington)
Friday, October 18: Who is the “Public” in Public Scholarship? Publics/Audiences
Sara Gonzalez (Anthropology, University of Washington)// Nicole Robert (Public Programs Manager, Museum of History and Industry)// Reese Tanimua (Managing Director, Northwest Folklife; Chair, Seattle Music Commission)
Friday, October 25: Why does Public Scholarship Matter? Claims/Stories
LaNesha DeBardelaben (Executive Director, Northwest African American Museum)//
Ralina Joseph (Communication and Center for Communication, Difference, & Equity, University
of Washington)// Angelica Macklin (Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies, University of
Washington) // Quetzal Flores (Director, Arts & Culture, East LA Community Corporation)
Curated and moderated by Michelle Habell-Pallán, Director of the Certificate in Public Scholarship (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies) with Sonnet Retman (American Ethnic Studies).
Sponsored by the Certificate in Public Scholarship (CPS) and the Center for Communication, Difference & Equity (CCDE).
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Communications 126