Humanities Graduate Education for the World's Work: A Symposium
Join the executive directors of the MLA and the AHA—Paula Krebs and Jim Grossman—along with other leaders of engaged graduate education for conversations about public scholarship and graduate education, supporting students from underrepresented groups, and partnering with community colleges.
Speakers include faculty, staff, and grad students:
- Rachel Arteaga, U Washington, Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics
- Brennan Collins, Georgia SU, Innovation Fellowship Program
- Matthew Countryman, Joe Cialdella, Vivian Truong—U Michigan, Public Scholarship Program
- Javier Duran and Christian Ruvalcaba, U Arizona, Fronteridades: U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
- Sally Fitch, Arizona SU, Humanities Lab
- Raymond Haberski, Indiana UPUI, American Studies Public Project Lab
- And our very own Humanities for the Public Good Graduate Interns
Free and open to the public. No registration required.
Hosted by Humanities for the Public Good and the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, with support from the UI Graduate College and the UI College of Liberal Arts and Sciences