A humanities professor and a biology professor at Wilbur Wright College collaborated to create a lesson on human digestion and poetry, enriching the humanities course theme on cannibalism. This article describes the lesson plan, examples of student work, and faculty reflections.

Author/Artist Bio

Alicia Anzaldo has taught biology for the past 22 years at Wilbur Wright College and currently serves as the department's chairperson. She founded the college's Center for Teaching & Learning. Claire Boeck has been teaching Humanities at Wright College for over eight years. She will begin a doctoral program in Higher Education Fall 2017, although cannibalism will always be something she is interested in. Sara Schupack, Director of Developmental Education, has worked at Wilbur Wright College for more than four years, and prior to that, taught English at several different community colleges in California and Massachusetts. Her teaching and research interest focuses on integrated and interdisciplinary curriculum. All three authors are active members of the college's STEAM Think Tank.

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