On October 5, former team member Emilie Menzel will talk about her work with Project Vox as part of a panel of Duke researchers engaged in open scholarship. (If you’re in the area and you’d like to attend this in-person talk, more information and a registration link can be found at https://duke.libcal.com/event/11159787.)
Emilie joined our team in fall 2021 as a Library Science graduate student at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. From volunteering to assist with assessment work, to running a user study as part of library-science practicum, to eventually serving as the team’s Teaching Resources Analyst and redesigning the Teaching page, Emilie directly engaged with our project’s work to help philosophy instructors incorporate marginalized voices into the curriculum. As she notes in this profile post for the upcoming event, her work involved considering and balancing the needs of instructors, future members of the Project Vox Team, and the project’s emphasis on non-canonical philosophers.
If you’re in the area, we hope you can join this event and hear from Emilie firsthand about what it means to create an open scholarly resource like Project Vox. If you’d like to read more about Project Vox’s re-designed Teaching resources, please visit this earlier post, “Introducing the New Teaching Resources Pages.”