Reparations StoryMap & Video
(Fall 2019 Geographies of Justice & Illustrations course collaboration)
StoryMap & Research Team: Serina Kaasik, Matthew Morales, Nekita Blue,& Rachael Brown
Illustrations by Olivia Rodriguez, Narration by Matthew Morales
Geographies of Justice (video assignment)
Professor Melissa Y. Rock’s Geographies of Justice class collaborated with Professor Joshua Korenblat’s Visual Illustrations class in the spring of 2018 to produce short animated videos. The following short video was written, illustrated, narrated and produced by Sam Trollo and Luke Barnell and features the story of Miss Major.
Where I found Feminism/Where Feminism found me (Podcast Assignment)
The links below take you to a few example podcasts for Professor Jessica Pabón’s Feminist Theory (WOM421) course (Fall 2017).
Pilot episode of BaldnBrown’s podcast which will take you their through journey to feminist politics.
Pilot episode of The Porkcast: In this episode, I, Pork Somersaulter, will guide you through my response to the quote from Sara Ahmed’s Living A Feminist Life: “where we find feminism matters; from whom we find feminism matters” (2017: 4-5). Listen in as I explain how I found feminism and how feminism found me. Prompted by the midterm assignment in Feminist Theory, fall 2017!
Foreign Language PSA (Video Assignment)
In Professor Donna Flayhan’s Social Media & Public Relations course, students were instructed to make 1-5 minute videos for the class. The technology training and assignment completion were supported by the DASH Lab personnel and technology (Adobe Premiere, Sound booth, Mac Lab). Here is one fun example of what her students produced!
Wikipedia and twitter (Wiki & Social Media)
In Spring 2015, Professor Jessica Pabón’s “Gender & Sexuality in Hip Hop” students created wikipedia pages:
Book trailers (Video Assignment)
In Fall 2015, Kiersten Greene, Assistant Professor of Literacy in the Department of Elementary Education, assigned her students a book trailer project: short, motivational pieces to get K-2 students excited about books.