ExCollege Program Administrator Madeleine Delpha – the daughter of seasoned activists and an artist herself – developed Unraveling Craftivism, an advising seminar that allowed first-year students to explore the history of craft and its intersection with activism.
From Princess Leia to Rey, this Explorations course for first-year students looks at the portrayal of key female characters in the Star Wars saga.
Myths about America’s most secretive groups are shattered in the Fall 2019 ExCollege course The Secret History of U.S. Special Operations Forces, taught by a former special operations forces member.
Don’t cry for me, Argentina — because Thomas Wisniewski, PhD, a Lecturer on Comparative Literature at Harvard, is teaching the tango at Tufts in his Fall 2019 ExCollege course!
As residents of the Greater Boston Area, most Tufts students have familiarized themselves with the triumphs and tribulations of taking the T, Boston's metro system. Rosa Stern Pait is teaching an Explorations course for first-year students, titled Mind the Gap: Transportation in Media and Society, which explores different kinds of public transportation and how they're portrayed in media throughout the world.
Tufts alum provides a unique opportunity for undergrads to learn about global journalism in an interactive and engaging way. Students think critically about news consumption and navigate the dynamic between a reporter, a source, and the reader.
We believe in heroes, and we have the potential to learn from them. First-year students at Tufts are leaping into action in this ExCollege course taught by two seniors!
In her Fall 2019 ExCollege course, immigration attorney Maggie Morgan explores why there’s a sudden increase in asylum seekers and why asylum status can be so difficult to obtain in the United States.
Owen Finnegan, a senior majoring in English with a minor in Education, explores Boston’s fraught history of censorship and enforced morality with the first-year students in his Explorations seminar, Banned in Boston: Forbidden Books in the Cradle of Liberty.