We Eat

A Student-Centered Cookbook

We Eat: A Student-Centered Cookbook is an engaging collection of student authored recipes edited with an introduction by Dree-el Simmons and edited by Tatiana Ades. This project is a pedagogical experiment in mindful and experiential learning that came to fruition during the Spring 2020 Futures Initiative course Introduction to Engaged Teaching and Transformative Learning in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Inside this book, you will find photos, recipes, and stories from our class community. This project was sponsored by the Futures Initiative and The Graduate Center, CUNY.



Contributors: Anjelica M. Enaje, Cathy N. Davidson, Dree-el Simmons, Elizabeth S. Che, Francisco Alejandro Verdiza Medina, Jessica Brodsky, Kendra Sullivan, Lucien Baskin, Nik Valdez, Offer Egozy, Raoul Roberts, Tatiana Ades, Yaneth M. Lombana, & Zach Muhlbauer.

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  • rights
    Copyright © 2020 Anjelica M. Enaje, Cathy N. Davidson, Dree-el Simmons, Eduardo Vianna, Elizabeth S. Che, Francisco Alejandro Verdiza Medina, Jessica Brodsky, Kendra Sullivan, Lucien Baskin, Nathalie Zarisfi, Nik Valdez, Offer Egozy, Raoul Roberts, Tatiana Ades, Yaneth M. Lombana, Zach Muhlbauer.
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    Futures Initiative at The Graduate Center, CUNY
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    New York City
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    This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.
  • rights holder
    A Futures Initiative Publication with support from the Graduate Center, CUNY.