10 December 2008

A class act: The lines that divide

Back in the summer, I ran a special undergraduate course called Class Acts: Intercultural Communication and Social Inequality. Students spent most of the four-week, intensive course working in groups on a public messaging statement or campaign about the nature of local, national and/or global inequality. Their remit was to create something which would make people sit up and listen - people who "suffer" from so called "compassion fatigue" or who think class doesn't really matter/exist. Here's just one of the projects - the one put together by Quesha, Catherine and Teresa.

View SlideShare presentation or Upload your own. (tags: global inequality)

Two of my favourite students (yes, we do have them), Tiffany and Miracle, helped to prepare these materials for display. I'll be posting some of the other students' work shortly.

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