Saturday, 11 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m., Arkansas, Sheraton Chicago
A special session
Presiding: Katina Rogers, MLA
Katina Rogers's Annotation:Full session details, including presenter bios, are available at http://praxisnetwork.commons.mla.org/. For more information, please see the Praxis Network website (http://praxis-network.org/) and the MLA Commons group (http://commons.mla.org/groups/praxis-network-1184134591/).
Speakers: David F. Bell, Duke Univ.; Matthew K. Gold, New York City Coll. of Tech., City Univ. of New York; Kevin Kee, Brock Univ.; Kelli Massa, University Coll. London; Cecilia Márquez, Univ. of Virginia; William Albert Pannapacker, Hope Coll.; Donnie Sackey, Wayne State Univ.
For description of programs and overall project, visit praxis-network.org.
How can humanities programs better equip students for a wide range of careers, while also fostering methodological expertise and public engagement? This roundtable will discuss a few possible approaches as seen in the Praxis Network, a new international alliance of graduate and undergraduate programs that are making effective interventions in traditional models of humanities pedagogy and research.
Teaching – General