Embodiment in Online Learning

By Janey Oliphint Flanagan|June 15, 2015|Reflection|0 comments

This semester I spent a lot of time thinking about the notion of embodiment and how that fits within the context of learning online. After I left our class on contemplative pedagogy I wondered, what is missing in the online environment and how can contemplative practices work within this pedagogical framework? After reading a few articles about contemplative practices in online education, it seems they can be effectively implemented. They

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On Radical Interdisciplinarity

By Danica Savonick|June 15, 2015|Reflection|0 comments

I spent this past year as a Research Fellow with the Futures Initiative, a Graduate Teaching Fellow at Queens College, a HASTAC Scholar, and a student in Cathy Davidson and Bill Kelly’s “Mapping the Futures of Higher Education” course. I also was, and continue to be, a doctoral student in the English department at The Graduate Center, at the City University of New York.   Much of my year was

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Announcing 2015-2016 Fellows and Courses

By Katina|June 15, 2015|Announcements, FI Events|2 comments

We are delighted to welcome two new graduate fellows, eight faculty fellows, and five team-taught graduate courses to our program for the year ahead. Graduate Fellows Allison Guess is a doctoral student concentrating on critical (Black) geography in the program of Earth and Environmental Sciences at The Graduate Center. She comes to CUNY from the University of Pittsburgh, where she earned a double major in Political Science and Hispanic Languages

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