2022-23 PAGE Fellowship - Publicly Active Graduate Education (PAGE) Fellows Program
Deadline: July 1, 2022
Graduate students enrolled at IA member institutions, interested in public scholarship or artistic practice and activism
$500 honorarium and other benefits
The PAGE Fellows Program, sponsored by Imagining America, invites graduate students to participate in a yearlong working group in support of collaborative art-making, teaching, writing, storytelling, and co-creating knowledge with and within community.
PAGE Fellows are artists, scientists, researchers, instigators, cultural leaders, care workers, and community activists. As PAGE fellows build capacity with other publicly-engaged scholars across campuses, they will join the Imagining America network of activist-scholars, administrators, artists and media makers who are shifting culture toward justice within higher education and society. Examples of ongoing, local projects by PAGE fellows include a Bay Area movement history website, a national report on LGBTQ youth, a resource hub for Indigenous playwrights, a photography series on the colonial foundations of neoliberal universities, and much more.
PAGE Fellows are expected to:
Contribute to the PAGE Blog salon
Present a Lightning Talk (5 minute presentation) during the Imagining America National Gathering.
Attend the PAGE Summit and IA Gathering. Exact schedule to be determined pending changing COVID circumstances.
Participate in bi-monthly conference calls/webinars & cluster meetings