Public Scholarship and Private Pedagogy, Oh My!

This past summer (2020), I was part of Tadaima! A Community Virtual Pilgrimage, a massive digital undertaking intended to hold space for the many in-person pilgrimage programs put on each year at former World War II Japanese American incarceration sites. I was honored to have been asked to participate in two programs, where I ledContinue reading “Public Scholarship and Private Pedagogy, Oh My!”

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What To Do When You Teach at 8:30AM (and Donald Trump just won the Presidency)

Privilege: Going to my classroom to teach today and knowing that my students would not greet me with glee, or celebration. Challenge: Going to my classroom to teach today and knowing that my students would not greet me with glee, or celebration. It felt like I was going to be the one to walk intoContinue reading “What To Do When You Teach at 8:30AM (and Donald Trump just won the Presidency)”