Bodies: A Digital Companion aims to provide a thoughtfully curated introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Body Studies in ways that both incorporate and challenge our students to rethink their own online practices. It facilitates an immersive, substantive academic experience by marrying key concepts with important texts, historical and cultural context, and media artifacts of all types. These materials set the stage for studying multiple, intersecting, interdisciplinary approaches to bodies.
Veruska Cantelli teaches the Spectral and Invisible Bodies sections of COR 240: Bodies.
Patricia DeRocher teaches the Public Space and Borderlands sections of COR 240: Bodies and contributed the Cultural Norm and Embodiment pages.
Alice Neiley teaches the Visibility/Invisibility/Hypervisibility sections of COR 240: Bodies.
Kristin Novotny teaches the Body Image sections of COR 240: Bodies, contributed the Stigma and Intersectionality pages, and served as co-editor and project lead.
Erik Shonstrom teaches the Dance sections of COR 240: Bodies.
Kelly Thomas teaches the Nobodies sections of COR 240: Bodies and contributed the Bodily Difference page.
Katheryn Wright teaches the Walking and The Posthuman sections of COR 240: Bodies, contributed the Why the Body, Methodologies, and Body Project pages, and served as a co-editor and project lead.
Faith Yacubian teaches two sections of COR 240: Bodies.
Champlain College Center for Publishing Managing Editor Kim MacQueen and Professional Writing Senior Student Zachary Paulsen contributed editorial services.