In this jointly-run course--an NW5C pilot--students live and study across the Northwest, with stopovers at three colleges: Whitman College, University of Puget Sound, and Willamette University. The three-week course starts July 26th and is the first for-credit offering from the consortium partnership. More information can be found below.
A summer workshop for faculty, Critical Pedagogy and the Digital Humanities, exploring methods and approaches for using technology to teach the humanities and humanistic social sciences, will be hosted August 14 - 16, at Lewis & Clark College. To get more information and to register for this exciting event, please visit
* Race & Pedagogy National Conference: What NOW is the Work of Education and Justice?: Mapping a new Critical Conscience will be hosted at the University of Puget Sound September 25 - 27. Information at
* Annual Conference, September 26 - 28, Skamania Lodge. Please contact NW5C staff for more information.
* Visual Culture Colloquium: CONVERGENCE
The Northwest Five Consortium will host its inaugural Visual Culture Colloquium on October 3 - 4, 2014, at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon. More information and the full call for submissions can be found below.
The Northwest Five Consortium 2014 Fact Sheet is available below.
The Northwest Five Constortium annual report is available below.
NW5C 2013 Annual Report.pdf
The Northwest Five Consortium is pleased to announce the 2014 Collaborative Inquiry funded projects. Project abstracts can be found below.
Consortium faculty and professional staff can find information below about accessing the NW5C website.