OCTOBER 11 – Taste the Waste (Thurn)
OCTOBER 18 – Göttliche Lage (Franke/Loeken)
NOVEMBER 29 – Welcome to the Energiewende (Morris)
Kate Sonka is an Academic Technology Specialist in the College of Arts and Letters at MSU. Have lunch on us and learn about how to make sure your course and course materials are fully accessible to all!
How can we foster partnerships between SLS/MA TESOL students and ELC instructors with shared research interests? What steps can we take to create more open lines of communication between graduate student researchers and the classroom communities that are often called upon as research participants? How might collaboration between researchers and instructors extend language learning benefits to our students? Please join us in exploring answers to these and related questions at this informal discussion forum intended to encourage ongoing communication between graduate researchers and ELC instructors.
LOCUS is a forum for students, faculty and researchers to present works in progress, share ideas, and build relationships. Each LOCUS is built around a broad yet distinct theme, method, or topic. It is offered by MSU Libraries, the College of Arts and Letters, and LEADR., and it is intended to help foster a vibrant, collaborative, and active research community interested in digital humanities and social sciences.
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Mary Coffey specializes in the history of modern Mexican visual culture. A Professor at Dartmouth College, she also publishes in the fields of American art, Latin American cultural studies, and museum studies.