As part of our public research efforts, we are publishing some of the preliminary ideas developed during the 2018 ACM Planning Meeting on Mississippi Studies. During the meeting, we had a brainstorming session on the thematic priorities for the initiative. […]
John Kim traveled to Decorah, Iowa on September 14–16, 2018 for the first Associated Colleges of the Midwest meeting on Mississippi Studies. There was lots of enthusiasm for launching an ongoing research and educational initiative that connects colleges and universities […]
More info about the project: http://mississippistudies.org/mississippi-an-anthropocene-river/
Mississippi Studies is a new initiative to encourage intercollegiate collaboration on publicly engaged projects that center on the Mississippi River watershed and its inhabitants. Mississippi Studies will re-imagine the river and its tributaries as a coherent cultural, research, and educational […]
The first public presentation (short) about the Barge at the Institute on the Environment at the University of Minnesota. With Shanai Matteson and Boris Oicherman.
Translocal collaboration Cross-sectional work Interdisciplinary research Critical regionalism Public engagement and experiential learning
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