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THE HUMANITIES SUMMIT: Re-Framing the Discussion: A Roundtable

Presenters: Meaghan Morris, Walter Mignolo, Lawrence Kritzman, Ivy Schweitzer, Adrian Randolph, Colleen Boggs

Saturday, May 10, 2014
Filene Auditorium, Moore Building
Intended Audience(s): Faculty, Public
Categories: Conferences, Lectures & Seminars

Recent reports on the Humanities (issued by Harvard College and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences) set the terms for a discussion of the future of the humanities within a national framework and one that to some has appeared rather defensive. With this Summit, we would like to engage in a discussion about the larger, global landscape for the Humanities, both as a field both of study and research. To that end, we have invited several prominent speakers, whose work has and continues to transform what the Humanities means. For more information, see: http://now.dartmouth.edu/2014/05/international-humanities-summit-convenes-at-dartmouth/

MEAGHAN MORRIS, Professor of Gender and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney
WALTER MIGNOLO, "Corporate Values, the Humanities and Decolonial Education,” Professor of Cultural Anthropology and Romance Studies, and Director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities, Duke University
LAWRENCE D. KRITZMAN, Professor of French and Italian and of Comparative Literature, Director of the Institute of European Studies, John D. Willard Professor of French and Oratory, Dartmouth College
IVY SCHWEITZER, Professor of English and Women's and Gender Studies, Dartmouth College
ADRIAN RANDOLPH, Leon E. Williams Professor of Art History; Associate Dean of the Faculty for the Arts & Humanities, Dartmouth College
COLLEEN GLENNEY BOGGS, Professor of English and Women's and Gender Studies, Director of the Leslie Center for the Humanities, Dartmouth College


Sponsored by the Master at Liberal Studies Program, co-sponsored by the Associate Dean of the Arts and Humanities, the Dean of the Faculty, the Leslie Center for the Humanities at Dartmouth, and the Office of the President.

For more information, contact:
Leslie Center for the Humanities
(603) 646-0896

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.