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CLTR 295 Musing the Museums: Migration and Everyday Life in France: Home

course description

This course invites students to undertake a virtual engagement with museums in France, investigate periods of migration from the mid-19th century up to date, and bring visual arts into dialogue with literary, socio-cultural, and historical perspectives for a critical inquiry on questions of social and spatial configuration of ‘otherness’ in relation to migration.  Bilingual potential for research in French and/or English (knowledge of French is not a prerequisite); multidisciplinary, interactive, and generative course design in an open-pedagogy and open education resource (OER)-oriented learning environment.  This course is offered in collaboration with the MLC Librarian to support and facilitate the design and implementation of student OER-oriented projects with the potential for submission to OER repositories, and production of digital and on-campus exhibits. 

Open Education, Open Pedagogy, Open Education Resources

Open  Pedagogy Slide

From "Free + Freedom: The Role of Open Pedagogy in the Open Education Movement" by Rajiv Jhangiani and Robin DeRosa

Modern Languages & Cultures Librarian

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Kristen Totleben
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Contact:
Rush Rhees Library, room 106

585-275-9304
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