Limit search to available items
Book Cover
E-book

Title The Routledge companion to public humanities scholarship / edited by Daniel Fisher-Livne and Michelle May-Curry
Published Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2024
©2024

Copies

Description 1 online resource (xxi, 434 pages) : illustrations
Series Routledge literature companions
Routledge companions to literature series.
Contents Introduction : the publicly engaged humanities in practice and theory / Daniel Fisher-Livne and Michelle May-Curry -- A eutopia for public humanities : A manifesto with case studies / Susan Moffat -- Strategic legibility : making collective sense of publicly engaged humanities scholarship / Jacqueline Jean Barrios, Harris Kornstein, Ken S. McAllister, and Judd Ethan Ruggill -- Reciprocity and redistribution : methodologies for rethinking public and community-based humanities research / Antoinette Burton, Jenny L Davis, Margaret L. Brennan -- The literary legacies of Macon County and Tuskegee Institute : Zora Neale Hurston, Ralph Ellison and Albert Murray / Zanice Bond, Rhonda Collier, Caroline Gebhard, and Adaku Ankumah -- Painting on walls : art history and sction in the Rustbelt / Erin Benay -- A public humanities experiment : DC/Adapters, 2013-present / Matthew Pavesich -- Building community archives : Vietnamese Portland / Hannah Leah Crummé -- Community heritage and archaeology at El-Kurru, Sudan : Amplifying local voices and histories / Geoff Emberling and Suzanne Davis -- Save our block : public humanities, zines, and the connecting the classroom in Baltimore / P. Nicole King -- Collaborative LGBTQ+ public humanities scholarship : expanding educational access through community archives and public history exhibitions / Mary C. Foltz -- San Antonio storyscapes : student storytelling partnerships / Jenny Hay and Lindsey Wieck -- Addressing slavery and its legacies : one model for moving forward / Jody Allen, Jajuan S. Johnson, and Sarah E. Thomas -- Highland : a publicly engaged historic house museum / Mariaelena DiBenigno and Sara Bon-Harper -- Vandalism and storytelling in the Emmett Till case / Dave Tell -- Advocating for intersectional anti-racism / Jennifer Ho -- Climates of inequality : community co-curation and action-oriented public humanities at minority serving institutions / Raquel Escobar and Wilmarie Medina-Cortés -- Benchmarks for success : the Buildings-Landscapes-Cultures Field School in Milwaukee / Arijit Sen -- A veterans oral history project : supporting veterans homecoming, pedagogy, and the community / Barbara A. Gannon and Jessica Oldham -- Philosophy for children as trauma-informed pedagogy : lessons from the Las Vegas philosophy for children initiative / Amy Reed-Sandoval -- Transforming Moʻo and Moʻolelo : stories from a Hawaiian, community-based, ʻāina organization in Kailua, Oʻahu / Maya L. Kawailanaokeawaiki Saffery -- Archaeology outside the academy : public practice at Frost Town / Alexander J. Smith -- Uneven ground : making the public university work anywhere people gather, learn, and grow / Kendra Sullivan and Ángeles Donoso Macaya -- History labs : building a more effective case for the power and efficacy of humanistic training / Jay Cook, Rita Chin
Summary "Across humanities disciplines, public scholarship brings academics and community members and organizations together in mutually-beneficial partnership for research, teaching, and programming. While the field of publicly engaged humanities scholarship has been growing for some time, there are few volumes that have attempted to define and represent its scope. The Routledge Companion to Public Humanities Scholarship brings together wide-ranging case studies sharing perspectives on this work, grounded in its practice in the United States"-- Provided by publisher
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Daniel Fisher-Livne is Assistant Professor at Hebrew Union College- Jewish Institute of Religion, USA. He holds a concurrent appointment as Research Affiliate at the National Humanities Alliance, USA. Michelle May-Curry is a Washington, D.C.-based curator, core faculty for Georgetown University’s Master of Arts in Engaged and Public Humanities, and Research Affiliate at the National Humanities Alliance, USA
Description based on online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 03, 2024)
Subject Humanities -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Case studies
Public history -- United States -- Case studies
Community arts projects -- United States -- Case studies
HISTORY / General
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / General
LITERARY CRITICISM / General
Form Electronic book
Author Fisher-Livne, Daniel, editor.
May-Curry, Michelle, editor.
LC no. 2023047762
ISBN 9781003248125
1003248128
9781003862338
1003862330
9781003862369
1003862365