Image: Students collaboratively making a collage in the spring 2019 seminar to capture our thoughts about EcoFeminism. Students and faculty conveners collected materials from the roof top garden of UGA Geography’s building for the activity.

Image: Students collaboratively making a collage in the spring 2019 seminar to capture our thoughts about EcoFeminism. Students and faculty conveners collected materials from the roof top garden of UGA Geography’s building for the activity.

 
Image: Class concept mapping activity from one of our 2019 seminar class meetings.

Image: Class concept mapping activity from one of our 2019 seminar class meetings.

Spring 2019

See our collectively written syllabus here (link coming soon!).

Members of the 2019 seminar chose to focus on reading books from a range of scholars, activists, and artists on queer and feminist theory this semester. We continued to develop more co-learning strategies and had one class facilitator open our session with a guided meditation (which we hope to do again!). We also used our in-class journaling much more frequently this semester.

Image: Initial group brainstorm for the 2018 seminar’s collectively written   Antipode   Intervention.

Image: Initial group brainstorm for the 2018 seminar’s collectively written Antipode Intervention.

Spring 2018

See our collectively written syllabus here (link coming soon!).

Our first seminar was quite an exciting collective effort. Our readings spanned a wide range of books, journal articles, and other writings on a variety of theoretical approaches. We spent the first few weeks of class collectively writing our syllabus and determining class activities and guiding principals.