Designing the Future for Publicly Engaged Research and Teaching in the Humanities
Drawing on exciting projects at The Arts of Citizenship program at the University of Michigan and the Center for the Humanities at the University of Wisconsin, the directors of these two programs, Matthew Countryman and Sara Guyer, will discuss the future of the public and publicly engaged humanities at their home institutions and in research universities across the country. The panel will be held from 4:00 to 5:30 pm, in Gerber Lounge (304 EPB); everyone is welcome. Please join us for this important opportunity to imagine a future for publicly engaged research and teaching in the humanities at the University of Iowa.
Read more about this event.http://obermann.uiowa.edu/news/designing-future-publicly-engaged-research-and-teaching-humanities
Many thanks to the English Department, History Department, Philological Quarterly (PQ), and the Dean's and OVPRED Humanities Advisory Board for co-sponsoring.