Events

Sep 14

Through keynotes, panels, interactive workshops and performances, the conference will engage with four central areas of concern: arts, humanities and healing; access and voice; health and its environments; and unsettling/resettling the human.

Oct 11
Cathy Davidson

Cathy Davidson, a distinguished scholar of the history of technology who served as Duke's first vice provost for interdisciplinary studies, will lead an interactive discussion on why we need a “new education” for the world we live in now, and how to make that transformation.

Nov 17
Katherine Hayles, Nathan Brown, Melody Jue, Alan Liu, Kate Marshall, Colin Milburn, Jessica Pressman, Rita Raley

This workshop in honor of Professor Katherine Hayles is part of the FHI Humanities Futures grant exploring future trajectories of humanities disciplines in the wake of the interdisciplinary developments of recent decades.