Statement of Purpose
As an open space for creative academic engagement, intersections highlights the unconventional interdisciplinarity and multimedia work of students, alumni, and faculty from the Comparative History of Ideas program. This current editorial collective seeks to revitalize the classic CHID commitment to critical questioning, interconnected collaboration, and decentralized dialogues within the sometimes inescapable hierarchies of our worlds.
We have much to reimagine from traditional academic spaces, but will continue transforming intersections toward unfamiliar horizons. Let’s create conversation.