We're pleased to announce the dates of the CHR Fall 2022 Residential Fellow talks! Fellows will be presenting ongoing work related to CHR's 2022-23 annual theme, "Connecting/Not Connecting: Formations of Community, Solidarity, Alienation, Antipathy."
All talks will take place from 12-1pm pm ET on the given dates and all are hybrid.
Please join us in person in Horizon Hall 6325 OR on Zoom.
The Zoom link is the same for all talks and will be circulated weekly on Mondays and the day before each fellows' talk in the CHR newsletter.
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Assistant Professor Samuel Huneke (History and Art History), “Persecution and Solidarity: Lesbian Women in Nazi Germany”
Associate Professor Char Miller (Schar School), “‘Box the Compass’: Life and Identity In Paul and Michel Serres”
PhD Candidate Pavithra Suresh (Cultural Studies), “Triangulating Despair: South Asian American Crises of Despair in Research Triangle, NC”
Tuesday, November 1:
PhD Candidate Margaret Zeddies (Sociology and Anthropology), “Young People and Labor in Study Abroad”
Associate Professor Jo-Marie Burt (Schar School), "Victims of Mass Atrocity and the Search for Justice in Post-Conflict Guatemala"
Assistant Professor Hatim El-Hibri (Film and Media; English), “What is the Arab street?”
Associate Professor Ted Kinnaman (Philosophy), “What is Enlightenment?”
September 12, 2022