Classrooms as a Sphere of Possibility: Workshopping Pedagogy and Social Justice

On September 13, The Futures Initiative at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York hosted a public event entitled, Classroom and Social Justice: Why Start with Pedagogy. As an exit ticket, we asked the audience to briefly write about why they were interested in this topic. We received critical and impressive responses that were related to the participants’ personal experiences as students or teachers or that pertained

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Building the Humanities Pipeline with Baltimore CCUP

The latest article published in the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s Community College-Research University Partnership (CCUP) initiative series introduces the John Hopkins-Community College of Baltimore County Humanities for All Program. For further information, please, check the website: Humanities for All


I’m Sujung Kim, the 2018-2020 Mellon postdoctoral fellow for the Futures Initiative and Humanities Alliance. I’m so excited about joining this wonderful team. I received my Ph.D. in Educational Policy Studies from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I specialize in critical pedagogy of higher education and community colleges. Grounded in such pedagogy, cultural studies, critical interculturalism, critical race theories, transnationalism, and globalization and higher education, my research and teaching

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