"How Did I Get Here? Humanities in the First Person"

This is a past event
March 31, 2017 - 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm (already occurred)
Frost Library, Center for Humanistic Inquiry

A diverse panel of students explore the subjectivities, intimacies, autobiographies and secrecies that animate scholarly work, whether openly or unconsciously.

Presented by Youna Kwak, University of Redlands and Raphael Sigal, Amherst College with students Emilie Flamme ’20, Aquiil Gopee ’20, Pauline Herbert-Whiting ’19, Tasheena Narraidoo ’18, Diego Ramos-Meyer ’19, Brett Sokol ’19, Qi Xie ’17, Evan Young ’19 and Victoria Zhang ’18.

Sponsored by the Amherst College French Department, The Lamont Lecture Fund and the Center for Humanistic Inquiry.

Contact Info

Elizabeth Eddy
(413) 542-8251
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