Research in the Humanities: Past, Present, and Future
May 8, 2017 3:00 PM
Banquet Room, University Club Building
Panelists are invited to reflect on the following questions; please come and share your ideas and memories on these as well:
How might your discipline or interdisciplinary research area contribute to the future direction of the Humanities? How has your discipline’s relationship to the Humanities changed over the last ten years? How has the Institute for Research in the Humanities enhanced your scholarly work or your understanding of your discipline? Do you have an IRH “ah-ha” or “eureka” moment to share? What role to you see for the IRH in the future of the Humanities?
Moderator: Steven Nadler, Philosophy
Panelists, UW-Madison: Tejumola Olaniyan, English and African Languages and Literatures Cindy I-Fen Cheng, History and Asian American Studies Laurie Beth Clark, Art Alex Dressler, Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Michael Titelbaum, Philosophy
Following the panel, we invite all attendees to take up these questions at their tables with discussion facilitators:
Jonathan Pollock (Honorary Fellow, Madison College), Robert Wolensky (UW System Fellow, UW-Stevens Point), Max Harris (Honorary Fellow, IRH), Tina Chronopoulos (Solmsen Fellow, SUNY Binghamton), Jennifer Row, (Solmsen Fellow, Boston University), Nevine El-Nossery (Resident Fellow, UW-Madison) and Andrew Zolides (Dana-Allen Dissertation Fellow, UW-Madison).
Closing remarks: Associate Dean Sue Zaeske, College of Letters and Science