Small Steps, Big Impact Episode 9 – Power & Language in Practice

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Our guest today is Dr. Nicole Scalissi, Assistant Professor of Contemporary Art History within the College of Visual and Performing Arts here at UNCG.  Our conversation today focuses on how to apply EDI practices in the classroom with students.

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Find ways to include students in the very fabric of the course.

About our Guests

Dr. Nicole F. Scalissi

Nicole F. Scalissi is a historian of modern and contemporary art and her research focuses on issues of identity, equity, and violence in the contemporary United States and at its borders. Her current book project focuses on contemporary performances and interventions by Latinx and Afro-Latinx artists that trace the relationships between identity, violence, and media in the contemporary United States. She is an affiliated faculty in UNCG’s Afro-Latin American/Latinx Studies Project

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