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Join us for a two-day engagement featuring key voices in Humanities and Grdauate Student career versatility. This event will also feature AddRan grdauate students who have produced posters on their research on how to translate scholarly research to various publics. 

 

Thursday, January 19 @ 4 p.m. - Amon Carter Museum - Keynote featuring Michelle May-Curry and TCU Graduate Students' Public Humanities Projects.

 

Friday, January 20 @ Noon - Kelly Alumni Center - Putting the Humanities PhD to Work featuring Katina Rogers - Lunch will be provided and copies of Roger's book will be provided to graduate students who attend (supplies are limited).

 

The Public Scholarship in Action Collective is taking up the question: What does anti-racist and justice-oriented graduate study look like today? In addition to this inquiry, the Collective seeks to have critical conversations about Higher Ed more broadly. To respond to these issues, the Collective has curated a series entitled "Study and Struggle" inspired by the work of Leigh Patel and discourses taking place in critical university studies. This series will explore various topics such as: ableism, cis-heteronormativity, settler colonialism, and more.

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