Engaged Scholarship and the Arts

  • Kathy Bishop
  • Catherine Etmanski
  • M. Beth Page


Singing and songwriting; graffiti, protest art, and mobile art installations; oral, digital, video, literary, métissage, and mixed media storytelling; drawing, photography, and other visual arts; Witness Blanketing and body mapping; embodying Indigenous literatures and expressing values through metaphor; dancing, performing, and more—as you will read in this special issue, these creative actions have become essential to the practice of engaged scholarship.

From the Guest Editors