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Transformative Learning in the Humanities

Transformative Learning in the Humanities is a three-year initiative supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The grant supports public talks, symposia, and workshops as well as a series of intensive peer-to-peer faculty seminars for CUNY faculty at all ranks (including adjuncts) in the humanities, arts, and interpretive social sciences. The program focuses on equitable, creative, student-centered pedagogical research and methods designed for the rich diversity of CUNY students; greater recognition for the importance of teaching; and the role of an urgent and indispensable humanities for the future of CUNY students and a more just and equitable society.

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New Issue: JITP No. 22! General Issue: Looking Again

  • Issue Twenty-Two: General Issue: Looking Again  

    Issue Editors:

    Courtney Dalton, Cornell University

    Benjamin Miller, University of Pittsburgh

    Michael Rifino, The Graduate Center, CUNY

    We are thrilled to announce Issue 22, our latest published issue on CUNY’s instance of Manifold!

    Read peer-reviewed and open-access articles that feature new conversations and deepen existing ones found in our archive, including topics on open-educational resources, surveillance, and extended reality.

    Issue 22 and our archives are available on Manifold, a free, open-access publication platform. You can also read more about it as a scholarly publishing platform. With all issues, you can collect articles to share and annotate with your students and colleagues. Please consider creating a reading account and learning more about reading on Manifold. We hope you will join us!

    We are still accepting submissions for our Themed Issue: The Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks: Pedagogies and Praxes that Heal and Disrupt. Due date: May 31st, 2023!

    Read Issue 22 today:

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