Constituting Community: Distinguishing Outreach from Engagement
Roundtable between Faculty and Graduate Students
This is the fourth segment of our Community-Engaged Humanities Workshop Series.
Broadening the audience for our research and teaching can build relationships that can lead to community-engaged research. What other ways can we connect with the public to build humanities research collaborations?
Atalay, Sonya. 2012. Community-Based Archaeology: Research with, by, and for Indigenous and Local Communities. Chapter 4: Connecting with Community Research Partners pp. 89-127 https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/ucm/detail.action?docID=962591
These workshops are focused on supporting graduate student development in community-engaged humanities research. Participation is open to faculty, graduate students and community partners and students enrolled in IH 291: Seminars in the Humanities. Participation in the workshop series is part of professional development and a qualification to apply for a summer Luce fellowship.
This workshop series was made possible by the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation.