How do queer studies operate outside Western contexts? What can American queer studies learn from outside of its parochialism? How should American queer studies engage with the non-American ones? These are the underpinning questions behind this post. In the postscript … Continue reading “Pedagogy of the Homeless: Poor Queer Studies in Indonesia”
Education outside of the traditional classroom is on the rise. Again. New non-traditional learning scenarios are emerging in many academic disciplines, spurred on by DIY culture, a tidal wave of student debt, and changes in technology. Moving beyond questioning whether … Continue reading “Educational Outliers”
CUNY Graduate Center, Center for Humanities Apr 11, 2013, 6:30pm, room 9206 Education outside of a traditional classroom is on the rise. Again. Spurred on by DIY culture, a tidal wave of student debt, and changes in technology, new non-traditional … Continue reading “Experiments in Extra-Institutional Education”
An excerpt from Andrew Ross’s Bird on Fire talk, delivered at the CUNY Grad Center on October 28, 2011. Untitled from Social Text on Vimeo.