Linda Norton is the author of The Public Gardens: Poems and History, a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize, and two chapbooks. In 2020, she will be writer-in-residence for SFMOMA’s Open Space blog and her memoir Wite Out will be published.
In this workshop, we will reflect about what motivates us to come to the classroom, what delights us in the classroom, and what stays with us into the wild beyond! How can we think of teaching/learning as co-constitutive?
The California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA) Environmental Justice (EJ) Small Grants Program offers funding opportunities to assist eligible organizations to address environmental justice issues in areas disproportionately affected by environmental pollution and hazards.
UCHRI invites University of California faculty, graduate students, as well as outside practitioners with a keen interest in humanistic methodology to submit letters of interest to attend a workshop exploring California—both real and imagined—as a site of experimentation.