Category: Higher Education

  • Review: The New College Classroom

    This volume by Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis situates itself as a guidebook to rethinking and restructuring traditional teaching, and subsequently learning, practices for a modern, diverse, and equitable college classroom. The authors set out to provide practical answers to an essential question—namely, how can we “teach for every student—not only for the ones who most resemble us, their instructors” (xii).

  • Chapter 9 Review: Research That Inspires Creativity

    Research as a creative, knowledge-seeking pursuit In Chapter 9 titled “Research that inspires creativity”, authors Cathy N. Davidson and Christina Katopodis present their exhaustive, well-researched ideas, thoughts and recommendations on research design and methodology, with utmost, astounding clarity.  This chapter is primarily intended for research supervisors and instructors who are to assign, evaluate and oversee […]

  • EVENT: Digital Fridays w/ Paulina Hernández-Trejo, Urmi Parekh & Joshua Goldstein (Apr 28, 2023)

    THIS Friday, join us for presentations featuring HASTAC Scholars Paulina Hernández-Trejo, Urmi Parekh and Joshua Goodstein

  • 2023 The Future of Writing:A Symposium for Teachers

    Pedagogy, Process, Potential University of Southern California(online and in person)May 1, 2023 The Writing Program at the University of Southern California and the Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism invite proposals for The Future of Writing: A Symposium for Teachers, a one-day event in which we look down the road to what is coming next.   […]

  • Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Poetry Writing

    Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Poetry Writing

    The Department of English at Santa Clara University invites applications for a tenure-track position in Poetry Writing, to begin fall 2023 as part of a cluster hire in Race, Inequality, and Social Justice in the College of Arts and Sciences. We are particularly interested in poets whose work emphasizes racial and social justice, with additional […]

  • Chapter 5 Review : Design Pedagogies: “There’s Something Wrong with This System!”

    Chapter 5 Review : Design Pedagogies: “There’s Something Wrong with This System!”

    The fifth Chapter of Design Justice titled Design Pedagogies: “There’s Something Wrong with This System!” puts forth Dr. Sasha Costanza-Chock’s observations and perspectives at the intersection of education, pedagogy and the design justice model.  The chapter begins with Dr. Costanza-Chock acknowledging Black feminist writer bell hooks’ quote from her classic Teaching to Transgress. bell hooks asserts the […]

  • Thoughts on Teaching Digital Public History

    This semester I taught a class on digital public history. I designed the class based on what I wish I learned in college for my career in public history. Small assignments included a grant, mission statement, project pitch, exhibit label, and a budget. Our big assignment was a collaborative digital history project. As I was […]

  • Scholar Spotlight: Kristen Corless

    Scholar Spotlight: Kristen Corless

    If you’d like to follow my research and educational journey, feel free to follow me on Twitter! Why did you apply to HASTAC?  When I first learned about HASTAC, I knew almost immediately that it would help me attain the resources and community I needed for a very lofty goal I have! I’ve always wanted […]

  • Scholar Spotlight: Galen Bunting

    Scholar Spotlight: Galen Bunting

    1. Why did you apply to HASTAC? I was interested in working more closely with methods of digital literacy in the classroom, and since classes form a sort of community, I wanted to be involved with others who were experimenting with the digital humanities in their work, since intellectual cross-pollination is so integral to my […]

  • Introducing New HASTAC Scholars Co-Director!

    Introducing New HASTAC Scholars Co-Director!

    Greetings to the HASTAC community! My name is Hilary Wilson and I recently joined the HASTAC admin team as the new HASTAC Scholars Co-Director (serving alongside brilliant Co-Director Shaun Lin). I will also be serving as a Fellow at the CUNY Graduate Center Futures Initiative. You can read more about my background and my PhD research here at the Futures Initiative […]