Dr. Phyllis Ryder, Director of the University Writing Program, recently published Beyond Critique: Global Activism and the Case of Malala Yousafzai. The article focuses on Malala Yousafzai, neoimperialism, subaltern studies, global activism, and media critique. We are honored to have Dr. Ryder as chair of the Black Lives Matter Faculty Learning Community and as a Nashman Affiliate. Dr. Ryder inspires students on and off campus with her community engaged scholarship courses.
To learn more about Dr. Ryder and her recent work, please click here to read her interview with Itohan Amu, a Community-Engaged Scholar.
To learn more about how the Nashman Center supports community engaged faculty, click here. If you would like more information on getting your Community Engaged Scholarship course designated, click here.