As its name suggests, the ‘Thinking Aloud” series was created as a space for colleagues in the Humanities division to take time to think out loud about current issues in teaching and research. In coming together as a division for these conversations, faculty work to transcend their disciplines and continue a longstanding tradition of seeking answers and approaches to a variety of issues faced today in the humanities. We invite students, staff, alumni, and the local community to join our efforts to keep the humanities tradition vibrant and relevant to today’s problems.
Schedule for 2014-15
Thursday, September 4, 11:00am: Karen Craigo, “Triggers in the Classroom”
Thursday, November 6, 11:00am: Patrick Moser, “Research in the Classroom”
Thursday, February 5, 11:00am: Kevin Henderson, “Teaching with Film”
Thursday, March 5, 11:00am: Hue-Ping Chin, “Teaching with Images”