"In most of my previous teaching but also in my experiences as a student, knowledge-sharing took the form of lectures. When I was an undergraduate in history, whether courses were survey-based or topic-driven, we’d proceed in a linear fashion, as though we were moving along a timeline. However, what if that mold were rethought? What if we also looked at how history is generated and communicated?" So begins a recent blog post, "Creative Pedagogies," by Geography Ph.D. Candidate Julian Barr on the website for the Simpson Center for the Humanities. Barr goes on to describe his observations and inter-campus collaborations in his work as a Mellon Fellow for Reaching New Publics. Click the link above to read the full blog post!
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