LVEHC Digital Content

Digital content from the LVEHC is available to Lehigh Valley faculty for use in remotely taught courses through Spring semester 2020. Lehigh Valley faculty (including contingent faculty and K-12 educators) who incorporate LVEHC-sponsored digital content into their coursework are eligible for a $375 course enhancement stipend. To access digital content and request a stipend, please fill out the form by clicking the button below.

Descriptions of available digital content are listed below.

LVEHC Digital Archive

The LVEHC Digital Archive includes the following contents:

“Writing Towards Community: a talk on memoir, immigration and queer latinidad”

Writer and editor Daisy Hernandez explores the relationship between writing and the diversity of communities. Daisy Hernandez is the author of the award-winning memoir A Cup of Water Under My Bed and co-editor of Colonize This! Young Women of Color on Today’s Feminism. The former editor of ColorLines magazine, she has reported for The Atlantic, The New York Times, and Slate, and she has written for NPR’s All Things Considered and CodeSwitch. Daisy is an Assistant Professor in the Creative Writing Program at Miami University in Ohio.




“Unemployment in the Arts & Humanities due to COVID-19”

This digital round table discussion will feature three performing artists / servers recounting their experiences become abruptly unemployed as a direct result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Discussion topics will include how the pandemic is affecting them on a personal and professional level, the implications for their field(s) of employment and other topics.

“Arts & Cultural Institutions in the wake of COVID-19”

The digital round table discussion will feature representatives from arts and cultural institutions in the Lehigh Valley. The panelists will address what it is normally like operating an arts and cultural institution, the unique challenges this group faces in the wake of COVID-19 and how the community can support these institutions during this time.


“Neighborhood Needs: Local Businesses Respond to COVID-19 Crisis”

This forum will feature a panel of local businesses who have shifted their focus in the wake of COVID-19. These businesses have reduced or halted their normal business in order to use their resources to respond to community needs during this crisis. The forum will explore how these businesses have quickly transformed themselves, what needs they are meeting and how these efforts relate to and/or affect their normal operations.

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