Courses and the curriculum as a whole are at the heart of the Aydelotte Foundation’s mission.
AF workshops aim to develop skills and techniques and to enrich our capacity for collaborative inquiry.
We are exploring the creation of a consultancy practice that will draw upon the institutional knowledge and insight of experienced faculty across academia.
We are investigating and assembling work on underrepresented histories of how Black people, institutions, and ideas have existed outside of, pushed against, or reshaped from within the ideas and institutions of the liberal arts.
The Aydelotte Foundation was charged at its creation with encouraging faculty and administrators to enter more vigorously and creatively into public conversations about liberal arts education and its future.
Read updates on our research interests, including open questions and difficult problems that we are grappling with.
All faculty and staff are invited to come together for a light lunch and some learning. Talks are aimed at a general audience and include plenty of time for Q&A.
At these dinners, a small group of faculty gather to discuss a short piece of published work by a colleague. This is a dinner party, Swarthmore-style.