In this episode of Going Public, Professor Richard Watts (French & Italian Studies, University of Washington, Seattle) explores the role of failure in publicly engaged scholarship and teaching, the imperatives of departmental transformation, and, of course, translation as a public practice.
Episode Transcript, Sample Syllabi, and the Going Public Archive:
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