The Current

The Current is a unique publication that allows students to participate in every aspect of creating a printed magazine, from writing to editing and design. By targeting one of the biggest demographics in the country, Gen Z, students learn how to market and aim a publication toward a specific audience as well as creating unique pieces for their portfolios. To complement the print edition, The Current’s website allows students to expand their writing beyond the East Lansing audience and gain experience writing for a national audience of their peers.

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Humanities Commons

Founded in 2016, Humanities Commons is an open, not-for-profit social and professional network and knowledge exchange environment for scholars, researchers, and practitioners across the humanities and around the world. Humanities Commons provides a communication infrastructure that unites professional profiles, group discussion spaces, a WordPress-based publishing network, and a library-grade repository, CORE. Humanities Commons unites a broad spectrum of researchers within an open-source and open-access environment, enabling them to discuss, share, and store cutting-edge research and innovative pedagogy.

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The American Religious Sounds Project

What does religion in the United States sound like? This question animates the American Religious Sounds Project (ARSP), a collaborative research initiative co-directed by Amy DeRogatis (Michigan State University) and Isaac Weiner (Ohio State University), which aims to offer new resources for documenting and interpreting the diversity of American religious life by attending to its varied sonic cultures. To date, the Project has centered on...

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