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Refugees (2018–19)

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This project seeks to draw together faculty from a wide range of fields whose work intersects with the subject of forced displacement, to consider this complicated subject not only through the lens of historians and contemporary policy scholars, but also from the perspective of economists, social workers, psychologists, educational theorists, and artists. Read the complete project description.

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Food (2017-18)

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Once the discourse only of anthropologists, food has become a growing area of research and discussion in disciplines ranging from sociology to biology, literature to politics. Our goal is to address questions that resonate across many fields with scholars of food from across the liberal arts cirriculum in this collaborative and sometimes hands-on exploration. Read the complete project description.

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Short-term projects 2018

October 27, 2018

Toward a Global Liberal Arts
Organized by Rosetta Cohen,Education and Child Study; and Rebecca Hovey, Global Studies Center
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November 2-3, 2018

Creativity and the Creature: Mary Shelley's Frankenstein at 200
A Kahn Institute Symposium
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November 10, 2018; and March 30 and April 24, 2019

Putting Pen to Palm Leaf: Buddhism and Contemporary Literature
Organized by Jay Garfield,Philosophy
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December 7-8, 2018

Data, Knowledge, Pedagogy: The Age of Machine Learning
Organized by Jeffrey Ahlman, History; and Bozena Welborne, Government
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