Would you like to participate in a special community consultation organized by The Teaching Life Writing Project?
Following the success of the Teaching Life Writing International Conference in December 2020, Amanda Spallacci, Orly Lael Netzer, and Austen Lee launched the “Teaching Life Writing”. Continuing the aim of the conference, the Project develops theories and practices concerning the pedagogy of auto/biography while promoting innovative research methodologies that allow scholars to revise, nuance, and advance their research and practices of teaching life writing. This past spring they organized a workshop series and are currently at work on a special issue of a/b: Auto/Biography Studies.
Their next goal is to create an open-source repository of research material and teaching resources for established and emerging scholars, archivists, curators, museum guides, and instructors of community writing classes around the world — and they want to hear from you!
On Tuesday, March 29, 2022 (3:30-5:00pm MDT), please join them for a virtual community consultation to learn more about “Teaching Life Writing,” to offer feedback on what you’d like to see included, and how you might want to be involved with this exciting initiative.