Scholarship as Public Practice:
Social Justice and Campus-Community Partnerships
Please join graduate students from across Cultural Studies, English, Rhetoric and Composition, and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies as they present their Scholarship as Public Practice portfolios, tracing their pathways forward as engaged practitioners.
Presentations will be followed by a discussion of the what, who, and why of public scholarship in the current moment. Continuing Certificate fellows and portfolio advisors are encouraged to participate.
Yvonne Anthony Lopez (Cultural Studies)
Frances Lee (Cultural Studies)
Shane Peterson (Rhetoric and Composition)
Fabian Romero (Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies)
Sumyat Thu (Rhetoric and Composition)
Ethan Ucker (English)
The UW Certificate in Public Scholarship generates public forms of culture, knowledge, and expression; re-envisions the ends and means of higher education; and opens professional pathways inside and outside the academy.
Learn more at simpsoncenter.org/certificate-public-scholarship