Curation—the picking and choosing of materials for pedagogical reasons—regularly occurs on college campuses both inside and outside of the classroom. This brief essay explains that curation in two contexts. Part I discusses the curation of courses inside the classroom. Part II discusses the curation of campus speakers outside the classroom. Though applied to different topics, the process of curation is similar in both contexts. Considering both forms of curation can help illuminate and resolve some of the most important issues underlying the debate regarding controversial campus speakers.
Henry L. Chambers Jr.,
Curating Campus Speakers,
U. Rich. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarship.richmond.edu/lawreview/vol53/iss5/2
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