March 23, 2021
Humanists have always made important contributions in and to the public sphere, not least by critiquing inequities and raising important questions about values, the future of democracy, and the dynamics of our globalized world. As humanistic research and analysis critically informs public debate, contemporary Humanists avail themselves of a wide range of media and produce work in a wide range of genres. In this brownbag, faculty who work with a variety of modalities, including op-eds and podcasts, will speak about how they engage with different publics and discuss how Humanist work can be a powerful force for collective action and community engagement.
- Jonathan Fuller, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Philosophy of Science
- Lara Putnam, UCIS Research Professor, Department of History