Shelley White's interlude draws on her experience working with students to examine how we may transfer activist skill sets necessary for making social change.

"As a scholar-activist teaching in Public Health, Sociology, and Social Justice programs, I have always valued introducing my students to the power of social movements to address the intersectional issues we are studying. This is particularly important when studying the history and contemporary context of inequalities; otherwise students can be left with the depressing and misguided notion that change is impossible!"

We will be rolling out the individual "interludes"  over the next few months.