Past Research Workshops

2016-2017 Research Workshops

Comparative Modernisms

Conveners: Harris Feinsod, Alejandra Uslenghi, Erica Weitzman

Environmental Humanities

Conveners: Lydia Barnett, Corey Byrnes, Sean Harvey, Amanda Logan, Keith Woodhouse

Global Humanities Initiative

Co-sponsored by the Buffett Institute for Global Studies and Kaplan Institute for the Humanities

Conveners: Laura Brueck, Rajeev Kinra

Northwestern University Digital Humanities Lab (NUDHL)

Conveners: Jillana Enteen, Sylvester Johnson, Michael Kramer

Ordinary Media

Conveners: Jim Hodge, Danny Snelson

Two additional Research Workshops, Classical Receptions and Poetry and Poetics, are now housed in our Initiatives in Public Humanities Section.

2015-2016

The After-Life of Phenomenology
Classical Receptions
Comparative Modernisms
Environmental Humanities
Global Humanities Initiative
Northwestern University Digital Humanities Lab (NUDHL)
Poetry and Poetics

2014-2015

The After-Life of Phenomenology
Comparative Modernisms
Language Variation and Performance in the Middle East and North Africa
Classical Receptions
Poetry and Poetics

2012-2013

The After-life of Phenomenology
Classical Receptions
Colloquium on Indigeneity and Native American Studies
Comparative Modernisms
NUDHL: Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory

2011-2012

Classical Receptions
Comparative Modernisms
Latin American Criticism and Theory
Modernism and Visuality
The After-life of Phenomenology
Transnationalsim, Dialogue and Politics

2010-2011

Classical Receptions
Nietzsche and Morality
Phenomenology
Remixing Borders: Transnational Hip Hop Praxis and Global Youth Culture(s)
Tibetan History, Religion and Culture in Amdo
Tricontinentalism, Dialogue, Politics

2009-2010

The Engaged Humanities Scholar as Public Intellectual
Freire Forty Years Later
Poetry and Poetics
The Post Racial Turn
Early Modern Colloquium

2008-2009

East of California, Across Ethnic Studies: Comparative and Interdisciplinary
Ethic Studies Workshop
Literature, History, and the Stakes of Interdisciplinarity
Political Theory and the Bible