Monica Anna Day

Adjunct Faculty, Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring

About Me

Monica Anna Day is an Adjunct Professor at Arcadia University for the Living Our Values Experience (LOVE), a pilot program anchored in the Center for Teaching, Learning and Mentoring that focuses on addressing anti-Black racism and racial injustice. Monica holds a Masters in International Peace and Conflict Resolution and Certifications in Mediation and Embodied Social Justice. She regularly uses art and creative expression as visceral methods that communicate the impact of sensorium in our lived experience. Most recently, she delivered her masters thesis, "Placeholder: The Challenge of Settling and Resettling Bodies in Peacebuilding" in a performance format that combined academic research with artistic expression for the Buffer Fringe Festival, a sponsored project of the Home for Cooperation  in the Republic of Cyprus. 

Hometown
Trenton, NJ

Home Country
USA

Languages
English

Education History

Arcadia University 2021

Masters, Major in International Peace and Conflict Resolution

Mills College 1992

Bachelors, Major in English Literature and Creative Writing