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Kristin Gustafson publishes tribute to Dr. Hazel-Dicken Garcia

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson‘s newest column pays tribute to the mentoring and legacy of her master’s adviser, Dr. Hazel-Dicken Garcia. The piece, “Hazel Dicken-Garcia Continues to Give to Her Students,” is published in Clio: Among the Media. In it, Gustafson reflects on four things: the community Dicken-Garcia created, how Dicken-Garcia shaped Gustafson’s path as a scholar, the meaning of physical things Dicken-Garcia passed on, and the reach of Dicken-Garcia’s financial gift to the Division.  Gustafson publishes the column as ...

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Gustafson and Lanza participate in 2018 Pen to Paper Retreat

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Two IAS faculty members, Carrie Lanza and Kristin Gustafson, participated in the 2018 Pen to Paper Retreat in August. The two-and-a-half-day writing retreat brought scholars -- faculty, professional staff, graduate students, and community partners -- together for time focused on writing with, for, and about community engagement. Participants "unfurled" writing projects, pitched publication ideas to editors of leading community engagement journals, and built a new network of ...

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Kristin Gustafson organizes two panels for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson (photo, left, courtesy of Randy Jessee) co-organized and co-moderated two History Division teaching panels for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication convention in Washington, D.C. As the Division’s Teaching Standards Chair since 2015, Gustafson focuses on pedagogies of diversity, collaboration, community, and justice. She begins her second year of a second two-year term in this leadership position for the Division.

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Kristin Gustafson publishes two new columns in Clio: Among The Media

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IAS faculty member Kristin Gustafson published two new columns in Clio: Among The Media. The most recent column, “Using History to Draw Student Attention to the ‘Difficult and Dangerous’ Work of Journalism, Over Time, Around World,” describes her classroom lesson on Ida B. Wells-Barnett’s resistance against attacks meant to shut down her journalistic voice and her resiliency to find new pathways to campaign against lynching. Gustafson identifies histories like that of Wells-Barnett and historical understanding as valuable teaching tools. They can frame moments such as with the recent news of five U.S. journalists killed ...

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IAS student Hannah Horiatis publishes five articles as part of undergraduate research

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Hannah Horiatis published five articles as part of her directed study and undergraduate research with faculty member Kristin Gustafson. The quarter-long project followed an Introduction to Journalism class with Gutafson in autumn 2017 and will contribute toward Peer Facilitation credits in that same class in autumn 2018. During spring 2018 quarter, Horiatis met with two media practitioners ...

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