GRSJ 515 Class Project: Read their interview with Chelene Knight

The students of GRSJ 515: Keeping the Creative in Mind: The Politics and the Poetics of the Imagination, were recently challenged to use their creativity to engage in the act of resistance.  Answering this challenge, the students formed “The Generous Imaginary”, and collaborated to create and contribute a piece for publication in the Puritan, an acclaimed literary magazine.  Together, they fashioned their featured contribution, a group interview of Black Canadian author, Chelene Knight.  Their publication can be accessed here:

Congratulation to “The Generous Imaginary” on your publication, and for offering example and encouragement for using art and creativity to engage social justice and reform.