Arts of Citizenship

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Tips and Lessons for Visualizing History

With the director of the Museum of the Word and Image (MUPI), an institution based in San Salvador, we have co-written an exhibition on the 1932 peasant uprising, which occupied towns, haciendas, and military...

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Exploring the Ethics of Me-Search

Movie projectors, dolls, trophies, old hair salon equipment, and a huge “Health Aids Center” display: just a snapshot of the odds and ends that Greg Kowalski, chairman of the Hamtramck Historical Association, pointed out...

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GeoSpace + M.I.S.S.I.O.N.

In my last blog post I described the process leading up to a decision to repair and renovate the lower level of a house located at 3501 Stone Street Road. The purpose of this...

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2014 Institute for Social Change

Arts of Citizenship is now accepting applications for the 2014 Institute for Social Change, a hands-on seminar for Rackham students who wish to explore the practical and conceptual dimensions of public scholarship, engaged pedagogy, and...

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Syllabus Design for Engaged Courses

U-M doctoral student and 2012 Arts of Citizenship grantee, Joe Cialdella, summarizes the recent workshop on syllabus design for engaged courses led by the Student Leadership Committee.

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A Fellowship Opportunity for Graduate Students

The Engaged Pedagogy Initiative (EPI) Are you a University of Michigan graduate student interested in teaching and looking to bridge your classroom instruction with community-centered learning? The Engaged Pedagogy Initiative provides graduate students with...