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Setting the Stage: An Introduction to Community Research Ethics

September 21, 2020 - 10:30am

Setting the Stage: An Introduction to Community Research Ethics

Robin DeLugan, Associate Professor, Anthropology & Heritage Studies 

Anne Zanzucchi, Associate Dean for Student Services and Academics


This is the first segment of our Community-Engaged Humanities Workshop Series


Suggested Readings:       
Fitzgerald, Hiram E, Cathy Burack, and Sarena D Seifer. Eds. 2012. Handbook of Engaged Scholarship. Online access and chapter free download available via UCM/World Cat Library.  In Volume 1, Part 1: "Engaged Scholarship: Historical Roots to Contemporary Challenges", Chris R. Glass & Hiram E. Fitzgerald, pp. 9-24
Sprague, Joey. Feminist Methodologies for Critical Researchers: Bridging Differences.
Chapter 3: Authority and Power pp. 63-93




These workshops are focused on supporting graduate development in community-engaged humanities research. Participation is open to faculty, graduate students, 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 was made possible by the generous support of the Henry Luce Foundation 

See the list of workshops here