Posts By: Chelsea Zhang

What We’re Learning About Learning: Teaching Georgetown’s Slaveholding History

“In terms of anti-racist pedagogy,” says GU History professor Adam Rothman in the most recent episode of our What We’re Learning About Learning podcast, “There’s two levels to it. One is just paying attention to the needs of students of color in our classes, like just being attentive to their concerns. And then, the other… Read more »

Her Cannonball Story: An Interview with Michelle Ohnona

A Jesuit tradition known as the “cannonball moment” asks us to reflect on impactful events that cause us to change course, or to reconsider our life’s purpose. The term references the wounding of Saint Ignatius of Loyola by a cannonball at the battle of Pamplona. In recognition of the 500th anniversary of St. Ignatius’ cannonball… Read more »