This Week on The Academic Minute (2020.09.28)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2019.09.28

Monday, September 28th

Jeanne Carey Ingle, associate professor in the department of elementary and early childhood education at Bridgewater State University, details some challenges and strategies educators have used to keep everyone’s heads above water while teaching during COVID-19.

Tuesday, September 29th

Jodie N. Mader, associate professor of history at Thomas More University, looks into how many plans have gone out the window in academic institutions during COVID-19.

Wednesday, September 30th

Heather Houser, associate professor of English at the University of Texas at Austin, explores how art can help bring renewal to our senses when listening to the news is overwhelming.

Thursday, October 1st

Cynthia Orozco, professor of history and humanities at Eastern New Mexico University, Ruidoso, examines a major figure in Latina history that has gone unnoticed.

Friday, October 2nd

Gundolf Graml, professor of German studies at Agnes Scott College, discusses how a country on the wrong side of a war can go on to quickly become a tourist destination.

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