Imagining America 2020-2021 PAGE Fellowship Cohort Announced
Posted by Imagining America on November 10, 2020
We are pleased to announce that David Chavannes, Ph.D. student in Africana Studies and Ethnomusicology at the University of Pennsylvania, is a part of the 2020-2021 IA PAGE Fellowship cohort.
During a year defined by reimagining, slowing down, and embracing the necessity of change, Imagining America welcomes a new cohort of ten Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) fellows who align with our goals to work towards collaborative change making and community care. Our incoming fellows will be introducing themselves through Blog Salon stories. These fellows were selected for their creative and intentional commitment to public engagement, and their unique approaches to engaged scholarship. Their interests and work has uniquely responded to our current COVID world by creating anarchist book spaces, online workshops and art shares, storytelling and mutual aid, to name a few tactics.
Through PAGE, our fellows receive a year’s worth of mentorship, professionalization training, and community support as well as financial support to facilitate participation in monthly webinars and our annual PAGE Summit, a 2-day gathering (virtual this year).
Read the press release here.
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