Combining experiential learning with social justice
Many of the major problems of our time can be analyzed through the prism of Location and Dislocation.
Through Humanities Integrated Locational Learning (HILL) we aim to to construct justice-based notions of land, place, and belonging in response to systemic racism, body and border policing, economic inequity, and global warming.
HILL encourages students to:
- Examine social dynamics through our humanities curriculum
- Advance innovative responses to interconnected issues
- Deepen investment to humanities majors so that change can be made
HILL consists of a three-component approach to understand the world around us within the current social reality.
Two of the three components are spatial, and the third is virtual.
- Learn more about HILL and the specifics of faculty course development for this project.
- Interested in applying? Review the process and expectations of Cluster faculty.
Interested in taking one of our Cluster Courses?
- Review the opportunities and processes of our research travel seminars.
- Check out the possible research topics for our upcoming research seminar in New Orleans.
- Learn about the details of this grant funded research and what students will prioritize in these cluster courses.
- Apply in early Fall 2022 through Hornet Passport