UMN Morris Welcomes Distinguished Visiting Professor Sally Campbell Galman
This spring the University of Minnesota Morris welcomes Distinguishing Visiting Professor in the Liberal Arts Sally Campbell Galman. Galman is an expert in child and family studies and arts-based research.
Galman is teaching two courses in Education this semester: The Subversive Classroom and Creative Research in Gender, Childhoods, and Families. She also will give two public lectures. Visit events.morris.umn.edu for details.
Galman's research focuses on the anthropology of childhood, childhood studies, arts-based research, and gender studies. She is the artist behind the Shane series of ethnographic methods texts, and she is also the principal investigator of the Gender Moxie Project. Learn more at sallycampbellgalman.com
About the Distinguished Visiting Professorship
The University of Minnesota Morris Distinguished Visiting Professorship in the Liberal Arts was established through the generous support of a private donor.