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Team-Teaching 101: A Nuts and Bolts Workshop to Planning a Team-Taught Course

...center for the humanities and the public sphere s interdisciplinary team-teaching grant ...

Decolonizing Representations: Past, Present, and Future (Workshop)

...center for the humanities and the public sphere (rothman endowment), center for the study ...

Biogenetics and Autobiography: Extracting Sephardic DNA from Cervantes’ Works – Kenneth Brown (University of Calgary)

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Community Organizing and Keys to Resistance in Pre- and Post-Olympic Rio de Janeiro – Theresa Williamson

In preparation for the 2016 Olympics, the city of Rio de Janeiro targeted several of the low-income communities known as favelas for removal, leaving residents with few viable options for housing. Despite initial positive press for policies intervening in the city’s favelas, the tide changed in 2013 with escalating debate and conflict over policies which have […]

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Ingenium/Ingenio as a Form of Knowing and Thinking in Early-Modern Spain and the Americas – Rachel Schmidt

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Battles of Public Memory – Ana-Lucia Araujo

This academic seminar is open to UF faculty, graduate students, and enrolled advanced undergraduate students. Please RSVP by October 23rd to: humanities-center@ufl.edu. An email reply confirming your participation will include a draft of the chapter under discussion. This seminar will discuss “Battles of Public Memory,” chapter 3 of Ana Lucia Araujo’s book manuscript Slavery in […]

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Decolonizing Knowledge: Indigenous Theories in Latin American and U.S. Empire Studies

...center for the humanities and the public sphere (yulee lectures fund), imagining climate c...

Decolonizing Representations: Past, Present and Future

...center for the humanities and the public sphere (rothman endowment), center for the study ...

Anne Moody and Voting Rights in the Era of Black Power: After Coming of Age in Mississippi – Leigh Ann Wheeler

Anne Moody is best known for her civil rights activism and her acclaimed memoir, Coming of Age in Mississippi (1968).  Until now, no one has known what happened in Moody’s life after her memoir ends in 1964.  This talk will show how Anne Moody’s thinking about civil rights evolved in response to her experiences in […]

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Rethinking the Public Sphere 2019-2020

...center for the humanities and the public sphere (rothman endowment), bob graham center for...