Performing Humanity will be taking a content-hiatus this week in honor of Ball State’s fall break. We fully encourage you to peruse the archives, leave comments, and consider sending in submissions. Once the break ends, we will pick back up with regular content!
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Liceti, De monstrorum natura, caussis, et differentiis libri duo (1616)
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Dr. Miranda Nesler on Using Innovative Instruction and Expanding her Classroom to Larger Communities
In the spring of 2012, English Professor Dr. Miranda Nesler instructed a class called “Performing Humanity in the Renaissance” (Eng 363). In creating the course, Dr. Nesler sought to provide Renaissance content as well as to introduce innovative teaching and learning opportunities. In order to achieve these goals, Dr. Nesler and her class created the blog, Performing Humanity in the Renaissance, which primarily features student posts and which is still active. In the following guest post, Dr. Nesler writes about her pedagogical experiment.
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