Co-teaching strategies for in-person and online courses that draw on each faculty member’s strengths while supporting students
Podcast episodes and articles
Ways to End Grateful Guest Syndrome
How academic departments can support marginalized faculty and end the oppressive practice of grateful guest syndrome.
Catherine Knight Steele on Black Feminist Extensions of Grace
Cathy Hannabach interviews Catherine Knight Steele about extensions of grace, collaboration, and the future of Black digital studies.
Priya Kandaswamy on Embracing Permanent Change
Cathy Hannabach interviews Priya Kandaswamy about embracing permanent change in our classrooms, communities, and creative endeavors.
Mark Villegas on Collaborative Abundance in Hip-Hop Cultures
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews filmmaker and scholar Mark Villegas about how foregrounding abundance can transform academia and build new worlds.
Maile Arvin on Kuleana and Indigenous Feminist Community
Cathy Hannabach interviews Kānaka Maoli feminist scholar Maile Arvin about community building, kuleana, and reciprocal responsibility.
J. Faith Almiron on Abolitionist Pedagogy within and beyond Institutions
Cathy Hannabach interviews scholar and performance artist J. Faith Almiron about abolitionist pedagogy in the classroom and the art world.
Dolores Inés Casillas on Flexible Planning with Bullet Journals
Cathy Hannabach interviews Chicanx media studies scholar Dolores Inés Casillas about parenting, flexible planning, and bullet journaling during the pandemic.
Kishonna Gray on Teaching and Parenting in a Pandemic
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews professor Kishonna Gray about radical simplicity, pandemic parenting, and an ethics of care in online teaching.
Refreshing Your Courses to Avoid Burning Out
Tips for refreshing your courses semester to semester to keep things compelling, improving, and relevant to the current moment.
Adrienne Shaw on Accessible Online Teaching by Design
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews professor Adrienne Shaw about building online courses that are accessible for both faculty and students.
Sasha Costanza-Chock on Design Justice
Host Cathy Hannabach interviews Sasha Costanza-Chock about the design justice movement, challenging universalism, and valuing things that don’t scale.