The classroom is the most important venue to stimulate change. The next series of posts on the DDGC blog will focus on interventions in the realm of language/culture studies teaching as it intersects with questions of social justice.
Are you teaching a new class? Are you making some changes aligned with social justice initiatives to existing courses? Did you develop new programming for your unit, department, college, or community? Some of you have shared in person that you’ve had success building critical communities in your learning spaces. We’d love to hear from you on these and other topics and we’d love to share your work in the form of a blog post.
Our past posts have ranged between 500–2000 words, but should not be limited in any way. If you are interested in contributing, reach out to Regine Criser (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Ervin Malakaj (email@example.com). We’d be glad to discuss ideas and formats.
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We want to amplify your ideas. Have an idea for a short or long post? We'd be glad to talk about it and help you get it published.