The Feminist Genealogies of Digital Pedagogy

Video
Franklin Humanities Institute
Duke University
Durham, NC
March 2019


Insurgent Genealogies: The Intersectional Educational Praxis of June Jordan and Toni Cade Bambara

Modern Language Association
Chicago, IL
January 2019


The Feminist Praxis of Publishing Student Writing

Modern Language Association
Chicago, IL
January 2019


Audre Lorde, Adrienne Rich, and the Poetics of Feminist Pedagogy

National Women’s Studies Association
Atlanta, GA
November 2018


Anthologizing Alternatives: June Jordan and the Praxis of Publishing Student Writing

American Studies Association
Atlanta, GA
November 2018


The Feminist Art of Writing About Teaching

Recap
Digital Pedagogy Lab
Fredericksburg, VA
July 2018


The Purpose of Education: A Large-Scale Text Analysis of University Mission Statements

Slides
Co-presented with Lisa Tagliferri
Digital Humanities 2018 Conference
Mexico City, Mexico
May 2018


How to Begin is Also Where: Placemaking Pedagogy in June Jordan’s His Own Where

Presentation
Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Convention
New York, NY
January 2018


Going Public: How and Why to Develop a Digital Scholarly Identity

Presentation
Modern Language Association (MLA) Annual Convention
New York, NY
January 2018


Building a Feminist Future: On (Digital) Pedagogical Praxis

Collaborative notes & Storify 
HASTAC, Orlando, FL
November 2017


Unlearning ‘the criminality of education’: Toni Cade Bambara and the Art of Polyvocal Placemaking

American Studies Association Annual Meeting, Chicago
November 2017


Structuring Gender Equity in Academe: Crowdsourcing Paths to Institutional and Social Change

Slides

Activism and the Intersectional Internet, CUNY Graduate Center
May 2017


“to bomb the hiding student out of his corner”: Toni Cade Bambara and the Pedagogy of Dislocation

Multiethnic Literature of the U.S. (MELUS)
April 2017


Faculty of the Future: Voices from the Next Generation

Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) Annual Meeting
January 2017


Speculative Classroom Design: What’s Your University Worth Fighting For?

HASTAC, Arizona State University
May 2016


Building the University Worth Fighting For: Tools for Pedagogical, Institutional, and Social Change

HASTAC, Arizona State University
May 2016


Prepare to Get Lost: Archival Research for Undergraduates

NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study
March 2016


Mapping the Futures of Higher Education: Community, Equity, and Innovation

14th Annual CUNY IT Conference
January 2016


Building a Student-Centered (Digital) Learning Community

CUNY Digital Humanities Initiatives Symposium
November 2015


‘aesthetics of the outsider’: Audre Lorde, Pedagogy, and a Different Relationship to Difference

American Studies Association Annual Meeting
October 2015


Towards a Pedagogy of Equality

The Futures Initiative
August 2015


CUNY Students Lead the Way

Undergraduate Peer Mentoring Workshop
August 2015


Teaching CUNY at CUNY

New Teaching Fellow Orientation
August 2015


Student-Centered Technology and Pedagogy

HASTAC Conference
May 2015

 


Student-Centered Pedagogy

Mapping the Futures of Higher Education
March 2015

This blog explains the two graduate seminars I co-taught as part of Cathy N. Davidson and William P. Kelly’s “Mapping the Futures of Higher Education” course at The Graduate Center, CUNY in Spring 2015.


Teaching #BlackLivesMatter: Countering the Pedagogies of Anti-Black Racism

Mentoring Future Faculty of Color at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
December 2014