In summer 2019, I made my fourth dissertation research trip to Mexico. Between the first trip in the summer of 2017 and this most recent trip, I have spent about ten months in the country, supported by small grants from The Graduate Center, like the PublicsLab/Early Research Institute award for […]
How do we––as researchers, as participants, as members of a community––balance the importance of speaking up against the potential consequences of doing so? Furthermore, how do we increase the agency and empowerment that participants have over their own stories?
PublicsLab director Stacy Hartman offers three observations from the PublicsLab curriculum workshop in September and attempts to answer the question: “Why is curriculum reform so @%&$# hard in graduate education?”