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Imagine Otherwise is back in August

Imagine Otherwise is back in August

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July 1, 2020
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Thanks for rolling with the Imagine Otherwise podcast crew as we take July off to rest and recharge.

The show is coming back in August with a set of awesome episodes featuring scholars, artists, and activists who are adapting their creative and pedagogical work to our new circumstances.

You’ll hear from professors who are integrating Black Lives Matter frameworks into their online teaching, artists exploring digital curation and multimedia projects, and cultural producers building accessible learning environments.

To tide you over until our new episodes start up in August, check out our curated episode collections below.

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