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Speaker(s) / Presenter(s) Date
Visual Practices & Experimental Geographies James A. Enos
Working Group on War and Gender Stacy Peebles -
Hybrid Workshop on Pop City Dr. Youjeong Oh -
Instagrammable Places: Aesthetic Representation and Contested Urban Transformation Dr. Youjeong Oh -
Workshop “Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During this Crisis and the Next” Dean Spade
Writing Fiction on Appalachian Culture: A Conversation with Authors Lee Mandelo and Ashley Blooms Lee Mandelo and Ashley Bloom -
The State of Education: A Conversation about Public Schooling, Critical Race Theory, and Political Polarization Nikki Brown, Arnold Farr, Tyler Murphy, Pragya Upreti, Steve Voss, and Lucy Waterbury
Conversation on Public Schooling, Critical Race Theory and Political Polarization Nikki Brown, Arnold Farr, Tyler Murphy, Pragya Upreti, Steve Voss, and Lucy Waterbury
Introducing Environmental Humanities at the University of Kentucky and the Wider Community Dr. Christopher Walker, Dr. Elizabeth Engelhardt, and Ph.D. Candidate Anna Hamilton -
Gender and Anti-Asian Hate in America: A Conversation Around the Atlanta Shootings of March 16, 2021 Charlene Buckles, Tosha Larson, Dr. Akiko Takenaka
Graduate Professional Development Workshops Dr. Christia Brown, Dr. Ann Kingsolver, Dr. Lydia Pelot-Hobbs, Dr. Natalie Nenadic, and Dr. Matthew Wilson
2021 CCTS Spring Research Conference - Keynote Panel Dr. Phil Kern, John M. Barry, Dr. Karen Petrone, Dr. Claire Clark -
Universities, Youths, Race and Policing Rebecca Ballard DiLoreto, Marro Inoue, Dwayne Mack, and Eric Scott
Making the Grant Cycle Work for You: Applying for ACLS, Guggenheim, NEH and Residential Grants in the Humanities and Social Sciences Dr. Craig Koslofsky -
Looking Back and Looking Forward: The 2020 Elections, the Trump Insurrection, the New Administration, and the Future of America Mark Kornbluh, Tracy Campbell, Anastasia Curwood -
Mobilizing the Arts in a Crisis: The WPA's Lessons for Today Herman Farrell; David Hamilton; Nancy Jones; Emily Moses; Ron Pen
Writing for a Broad Public Audience Virtual Workshop (CHSS) Jennifer Allen, Linda Blackford, Jay Blanton, Jeff Peters -
"Time has come; Let's make a move[ment]" Michael Goodin, Professor, UK Dept. of Plant Pathology, in conversation with Karen Petrone, Director, A&S Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Leadership in a Time of Crisis Charles Booker, Tracy Campbell -