A scholar of modern Greek and a performance artist undertake an exercise in radical translation – Karen Emmerich and Aki Sasamoto (COM 402: Radical Poetics, Radical Translation, FALL 2015).
A theater director, a philosopher, and a historian of science tackle theories of pedagogy and performance – David Levine, Chiara Cappelletto, D. Graham Burnett (HUM 598: The Enacted Thought: Performance Practices And the Theatres of Learning, SPRING 2016).
A poet and a literary critic explore poetic and corporeal erasure under the modern financial system – Natalie Diaz, Rachel Price (SPA 547: Narrative Prose in Latin America – Finance and Form, SPRING 2016).
A filmmaker and an art historian interrogate the history of the American image – Pacho Velez and Rachael Z. DeLue (ART 463: American Realisms and the Perils of Painting, SPRING 2016).
A photographer and a computer scientist explore the cognitive effects of video game design – Fia Backstrom, Sebastian Seung (FALL 2016).