Other Courses of Interest
- Ernesto Pujol
- Deborah Thomas
Wednesdays, 1:45 pm-4:44 pm
Crafting an Ethnography of Vulnerability What if we could practice a radical ethnography of vulnerability because we believe that truly democratized, ethical engagement requires the unconditional vulnerability of the ethnographer: the relinquishing of all academic, professional, and project power bullying through a humble transparency and personal permeability that immediately triggers trust by de-enshrining the intellectual, by bravely including the emotional and spiritual life of the empathic ethnographer.
- Carol Muller
Fridays, 1:45 pm-4:44 pm
This is a Penn Global Seminars Abroad, semester-long class with travel abroad after. It focuses on the interrelationship of music, arts, community-building, land, politics, and history. Places covered in coursework and travel vary by semester, and students have to apply for the class through Penn Global. The class is limited in student participation to no more than 20 students.
Students must apply through Penn Global and submit a permission request to enroll in the course. Questions should be directed to Dr. Carol Muller: firstname.lastname@example.org