Assistant Professor of English Jennifer Eidum, who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine, was included in a roundup of how Ukraine is being taught in the classroom.
Assistant Professor of English Jennifer Eidum was included in recent overview of how the war in Ukraine is impacting what faculty members are teaching in the classroom by the Chronicle of Higher Education.
The article focuses on how the war in Ukraine has made its way onto the syllabi for many courses, with some professors drawing on their expertise about the region and others connecting the conflict to their own disciplines.
The article highlighted Eidum, who as a Peace Corps volunteer served in Ukraine. Noted in the article was how Ukraine has informed courses in democracy, nationalism and graduate research methods, with Eidum offering up that she is teaching her students about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s rhetoric for war and linguistic differences between Ukrainian and Russian in her course on sociolinguistics.
Read the entire article here.