Please join us in Room 436, Cohen Hall for this installment of the Graduate Student Pedagogy Seminar Series featuring Prof. Melissa Sanchez (English).
This seminar will address an aspect of professional life that is rarely confronted directly: the fraught landscape of academic hierarchy. Hierarchies and norms of seniority, prestige, gender, race, class, and sexuality shape a considerable part of professional experience for graduate students and younger scholars, and they often shape decisions about research and teaching. This seminar will offer a forum to discuss frankly the power structures that shape relationships with colleagues in both one's immediate department and in the larger literary profession. We will consider the effects of academic hierarchies on contents of and approaches to scholarship and teaching, and we will discuss practical strategies for navigating these hierarchies.
To attend this session and receive any required materials, please RSVP (below). Lunch will be served!
We offer an online registration process for seminars, workshops, lectures and conferences where attendance numbers are needed in advance. In these cases, the registration process closes two days prior to each scheduled event. If the signup has closed, it may still be possible to register. Please call the Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies Program at (215) 898-8740 to see if spots are still available.