An informal Zoom conversation for the 2020 American Examples cohort with Nathan Loewen. We’ll be discussing the REL 502: Public Humanities Foundations course Prof. Loewen teaches, training graduate students in public humanities, and how public humanities shapes our pedagogy. […]
An informal Zoom conversation for the 2020 American Examples cohort with Richard Newton. We’ll be discussing how scholars can develop a public audience and a public persona online and through contacts with news media. […]
An informal Zoom conversation for the 2020 American Examples cohort with Jeri Wieringa. We’ll be discussing the relationship and differences between Digital Humanities and Public Humanities. […]
Part of the American Examples program, this is a collaborative discussion of chapter length works in progress that will lead to the publication of an edited anthology of participants’ chapters.
Why study religion? What is useful about the skills we learn in humanities courses? Join us for a conversation with two early career scholars of religion about how they ended up studying religion, why they think the study of religion is valuable, and how the humanities continue to be relevant beyond the academy. Our guests: […]