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Episode 14 – Globalizing Your Curriculum

Posted by on Thursday, March 26, 2009 in Podcast.

Tiffany PattersonGregory BarzThis episode features audio recorded during a February 2009 lunch discussion co-sponsored by the Center for Teaching and the Global Feminisms Collaborative. The discussion was part of the Collaborative’s ongoing brown-bag series. You’ll hear the opening remarks made by the four panelists at that discussion: Tiffany Patterson, Associate Professor of African American and Diaspora Studies and American Studies; Terry Spetalnick, Lecturer in Sociology; Greg Barz, Associate Professor of Ethnomusicology and Anthropology; and Centurio Balikoowa, a Ugandan musician and Chief Recordist at the Global Music Archive. The panelists were introduced by Brooke Ackerly, Associate Professor of Political Science, and Lyndi Hewitt, a graduate student in sociology.

Episode 14 – Globalizing Your Curriculum

[MP3, 50 min 32 sec]

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