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Rachael Vause speaks to students during a class at Morris Library.

​Rachael Vause speaks to students during a class at Morris Library.

​Doctoral student Rachael Vause shares her teaching methodology in the first installment of "Teaching and Mentoring," a series in the Medieval Academy of America Graduate Student Committee Newsletter. Discussed in her essay, "But That’s Another Story: Experiences in Teaching and Learning 'Difference,'” Vause teaches students to examine, appreciate and learn from differences among artwork and people, respectively. When studying a historical period, such as the Middle Ages, Vause connects students to past peoples through common human characteristics. Her creative assignments further encourage students to explore history from new perspectives. For example, Vause tasked her early medieval art students with "inhabiting" the bodies of individuals from the period through works of historical fiction. The results presented creative, insightful explorations of history.

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Doctoral student Rachael Vause shares her teaching methodology in the first installment of "Teaching and Mentoring."

Doctoral student Rachael Vause shares her teaching methodology in the first installment of "Teaching and Mentoring."

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graduate student, Medieval Academy of America, Middle Ages, medieval art, University of Delaware
  • Department of Art History
  • University of Delaware
  • 318 Old College
  • Newark, DE 19716 USA
  • Phone: 302-831-8415
  • arthistory@udel.edu