LTC Lunch - Academic Civic Engagement in the Humanities
Academic Civic Engagement is widely recognized as a high-impact practice, but it can be challenging to formulate projects with clear benefit to both students and off-campus partners, especially in disciplines focused on cultural interpretation rather than data analysis. This session showcases diverse examples of ACE pedagogy in humanistic disciplines.
Erika Huckestein '10, Assistant Teaching Professor in History, Widener University
Susan Jaret McKinstry, Helen F. Lewis Professor of English
Michael McNally ’85, John M. and Elizabeth W. Musser Professor of Religion
Seth Peabody, Assistant Professor of German