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Freedman Center @ KSL: Your Resource for Capstone and Other SAGES Presentations

Date posted: February 26th, 2016

The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship is the faculty and student resource for SAGES Capstone and other multi-media presentations.
It provides access to multimedia software, digitization equipment, and poster printing services, and its knowledgeable staff can assist you in person during their hours of operation or 24/7 through their online guides. …Read more.

SAGES’ Luke Reader Published on Rhodes Statue Controversy

Date posted: February 12th, 2016

Luke Reader, SAGES English Writing Instructor, has written a column for History News Network about the current controversy over the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College at Oxford University. …Read more.

New Writing Portfolio Submission Procedure

Date posted: January 28th, 2016

There is a new system in place for submitting SAGES Writing Portfolios. From today, please submit all Writing Portfolios using this form.
The Writing Portfolio guidelines have been amended. …Read more.

David Lucas awarded Creative Workforce Fellowship

Date posted: January 8th, 2016

SAGES Fellow David Lucas is one of forty Northeast Ohio artists selected to receive a Creative Workforce Fellowship for 2016.
Lucas published his first volume of poetry, Weather, in 2011. …Read more.

WKSU Covers The Impact of Race SAGES Course

Date posted: November 25th, 2015

The SAGES Course USSO290M The Impact of Race, Class and Education: A Dialogue on Current Issues, taught by Benjamin Sperry and Steve Pinkerton, is the subject of a feature on WKSU News. …Read more.

art/sci magazine Discusses SAGES Fellows and Anisfield-Wolf

Date posted: November 25th, 2015

The Fall/Winter issue of art/sci magazine is now available on the college’s website, and it includes stories covering the Anisfield-Wolf SAGES Fellows, with an online extra recognizing all of the full-time SAGES Fellows. …Read more.

Gail Arnoff – Teaching McBride’s The Color of Water

Date posted: November 5th, 2015

SAGES Fellow Gail Arnoff posted her thoughts about teaching James McBride’s The Color of Water in her “Questions of Identity” University Seminar. Her reflections appear on the Anisfield-Wolf Community Blog. …Read more.

Kenyan Author Ngugi Wa Thiong’o Talks to Fictions of Empire Class

Date posted: November 3rd, 2015

On October 26, 2015, students in FSSY 173 (Fictions of Empire) had a Skype conversation with the renowned Kenyan author Ngugi Wa Thiong’o during Fourth Hour. Thiong’o is currently a Distinguished Professor in Comparative Literature and English at the School of Humanities at University of California, Irvine. …Read more.

Amy Absher – Teaching History in the Digital Age

Date posted: October 27th, 2015

SAGES Fellow Amy Absher has had an article published today on Process Blog in which she discusses the ways digital technology such as MMPORGs can be used to teach history. The article, From Minecraft to Mindcraft: Integrating Digital Humanities into History Courses, can be found online here. …Read more.

Prepare to submit your SAGES Writing Portfolio with help from upcoming workshops

Date posted: October 22nd, 2015

SAGES Writing Portfolios are due the semester after completion of the second University Seminar (Nov. 1 and March 1)—which means it’s almost time for many students to submit their work.
Eric Chilton, English lecturer and portfolio coordinator, will lead workshops to help students complete their portfolios, covering the requirements and guidelines, and helping students assemble their work and draft the reflective essay. …Read more.

How Gun Control Came to Britain

Date posted: October 12th, 2015

SAGES English Lecturer Luke Reader has a new article on History News Network called How Gun Control Came to Britain, which explores how Britain enacted tougher gun laws following a 1996 shooting at a primary school. …Read more.

The 2015 Anisfield-Wolf Award Ceremony

Date posted: October 9th, 2015

10 September 2015 saw the annual Anisfield-Wolf ceremony to recognize books that have made important contributions to our understanding of racism and human diversity. Cleveland poet and philanthropist Edith Anisfield Wolf established the book awards in 1935, in honor of her father, John Anisfield, and husband, Eugene Wolf, to reflect her family’s passion for social justice. …Read more.

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