Anne Dalke is Term Professor of English, Gender and Sexuality Studies. In 2014 (with Ann Dixon and Jody Cohen), she received a Mellon Digital Curricular Development Award; in 2013 (with Alice Lesnick and Elizabeth McCormack) she was awarded a grant by AALAC (the Alliance for the Advancement of Liberal Arts Colleges) for “Internationalizing Women’s Education: Altering Environments, Shifting Identities.” During the 2011-2012 academic year, she received the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Change Master Fund award for her contributions to social betterment through scholarship; in 2012, she was awarded a Tri-Co Environmental Studies Grant to support course development in her newest areas of interest, those of ecological re-imaginings and environmental activism. Her other areas of research include emergent pedagogies and assessment practices, disability studies, feminist theory and narrative traditions, revisionary work in the canon of American literatures, and the intersections between science and literature. She also has a long-standing commitment to various forms of digital dialogue.
With Jody Cohen, Anne is currently creating a book and interactive website with the working title, “Steal This Classroom: Teaching and Learning Unbound,” which is under contract with punctum press. In 2007-8, Anne co-edited two special issues: one with Jan Trembley of the Alumnae Bulletin on emergence theory, and one with Elizabeth McCormack of the Physics Department on interdisciplinarity. During her sabbatical in 2006, she kept a travel blog about her experiences studying in Guatemala, Costa Rica and Chile. The collection of Quaker teaching stories Anne co-edited with Barbara Dixson, Minding the Light: Essays in Friendly Pedagogy, was published in Peter Lang's Education and Spirituality series in 2004. Anne's collection of Bryn Mawr teaching stories, Teaching to Learn/Learning to Teach: Meditations on the Classroom, was published in the same series in 2002. See her CV for other publications and activities.
On campus, Anne serves on Steering Committees for the 360° Course Clusters and for the digital eco-system that is Serendip Studio; she is also a member of on the President’s Advisory Council on Community Health. She is a member of the Haverford College Corporation, and participates in other Quaker initiatives in the area and nationally, including Friends' Association for Higher Education
A number of Anne's activities have been featured in Bryn Mawr Now:
360º Program Creates Unique Opportunities for Faculty and Students to Share Scholarship.
New 360º Course Cluster Examines “Women in Walled Communities: Silence, Voice, Vision
Center for Science in Society discussion groups publish special issues of academic journals
BMC students, faculty present their work in DC
How Well is Your Thesis Hidden? Publishing Students' Work on the World Wide Web
Alumna, Professor Collaborate to Create Intergenerational Conversation About Feminism
Others have been mentioned in the Alumnae Bulletin:
Surprised by “joins”: Bryn Mawr faculty analyze the language of interdisciplinary conversations"
On course: Bryn Mawr courses and their reading lists