Hello from Tomorrow

In January 2016, Public Humanities M.A. students Kara Noto, Emily Sellon, Andrea Ledesma, Christina Ho, and doctoral student Jonathan Cortez travelled to Hong Kong to research the Umbrella Movement, a series of protests that occurred in Hong Kong from September - December 2014.

(Distributed August 22, 2016)

Transatlantic Conversations: Dramaturgy as Public Humanities

Transatlantic Conversations, hosted by the Pomona College Department of Theatre and Dance was a collaborative class and devised theatre project that looked at the ways people of Africa, the African Diaspora and the west engage with each other.

(Distributed January 25, 2016)

The Slow Road: Taking Time with Community Engagement

This past fall I read that two scholars I deeply respect were going to be guest editing a special issue on the arts and engagement for Public, a relatively new public humanities journal being put out by a crack team affiliated with the Imagining America consortium. I knew that I had wanted to retool some of my writing from a public talk that I had given the previous year with a Chicago-based group of artists called Honey Pot Performance (HPP) for the journal, and decided to jump at the chance to get my writing in front of this fabulous editorial team.

(Distributed February 25, 2016)
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