This group hosts speakers and workshops, exploring the social practices and processes that create forms of difference, cultural attitudes that shape and are shaped by difference, and the ways that real and imagined differences are expressed in words and images.
The digital humanities has opened new possibilities for interdisciplinary work and collaborative practice.
This group brings together faculty, staff, and graduate students to explore new media and technology in the creation of humanities scholarship and in the development of new means to communicate research to colleagues, students, and the wider public.
A follow-up to the Immigration Working Group, The Global Migration Working Group will debate and explore from within an interdisciplinary lens important aspects of migration affecting the life and well-being of migrants, refugees and stateless persons in the United States and, more broadly, the overall dynamics of migration in the Western Hemisphere.
This group seeks to engage in a reflection on the social and historical relevance of peace processes. Our goal is to develop a broad debate that captures discussions both at the academic and political level. Faculty and students from any disciple are most welcome to join this conversation.
This group fosters discussions on issues related to the field of postcolonial studies, including topics as varied as postcolonial, post-hegemonic, transnational, globalization, diaspora, migration and gender studies, as well as related theories.
SEE NEXT - Seminar: East European and Northern Eurasian Crosstalk. This group brings together scholars who study history and culture of Eastern Europe and Northern Eurasia. Invited speakers will frame particular cases within wider methodological, disciplinary, and geographical contexts relevant for a broad community of students of diversity, complex societies, imperial formations and postcoloniality.