The second and final session in the Spring 2020 Public Humanities Working Group series. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch to this virtual meeting.
Join us for monthly conversations with faculty, graduate students, and staff from across the university to think together about our shared humanistic work and its larger, public implications outside of university life, and to consider more largely the value and relevance of the humanities in our present moment.
To RSVP and receive our common readings, please contact Kate Thorpe, email@example.com.
Martha A. Sandweiss
Professor of History
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Center for Digital Humanities
Doctoral Candidate in History
Master’s Candidate in Architecture
Read about Council working groups here.