In Spring 2018 and Fall 2019, Autoethnographies of CUNY will collaborate with College and Community Fellowship’s Theater for Social Change to develop an original theater piece about the role that public education has played in lives of members of the ensemble before and after incarceration.
Autoethnographies of CUNY is an interdisciplinary research team led by Professors Grace Cho and Rose M. Kim, as part of the Mellon Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research. The project generates narratives of current and past CUNY students to highlight the richness and diversity of the nation’s first public university.
College and Community Fellowship’s Theater for Social Change is a performance ensemble of formerly incarcerated women that uses theater to raise awareness about the importance of increased access to education and the broader issue of criminal justice reform. Continue reading Jan 22 | Fellowship Opportunity: Autoethnographies of CUNY for doctoral students at GC