Recording from Faculty Spotlight – Heather Horton: Hands on Teaching in the Liberal Arts
Thank you to Heather Horton (Adjunct Assistant Professor of History of Art and Design; and Recipient of the 2021-22 Distinguished Teacher Award) for sharing her classroom practices with us at the Faculty Spotlight on March 8, 2022. In the recording below, Heather shares her classroom practices for engaging students more fully in HAD courses, and encouraging students to bring in their studio practices to liberal arts courses.
Additionally, here are some resources shared in the chat by other faculty members during this presentation:
- Sarah Bond, “Why We Need to Start Seeing the Classical World in Color” June 7, 2017
- Sarah Bond, “The Political Uses of a Figure of Male Beauty from Antiquity” June 27, 2018
- Sarah E. Bond and Nyasha Junior, How Racial Bias in Tech Has Developed the “New Jim Code” Hyperallergic, October 8, 2020
- Sarah E. Bond and Sean P. Burrus, “Barbarians and Sculpture’s Color Barrier in Ancient Rome” May 31, 2018
- Samantha Bee, “White at the Museum” April 3, 2019 Act 3, Full Frontal on TBS
Join us at our next Faculty Spotlight on April 5, with Claire Donato!