Two-Day Virtual Symposium on History & the Humanities in Response to Crisis

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Type: 
Symposium
Date: 
October 7, 2021 to October 8, 2021
Location: 
Nebraska, United States
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Ethnic History / Studies, History of Science, Medicine, and Technology, Public History, Graduate Studies

The University of Nebraska Lincoln Department of History & History Graduate Student Association are pleased to host the annual Pauley Symposium and Rawley Graduate Conference in the Humanities October 7-8, 2021. This virtual symposium includes roundtables and a keynote lecture addressing the theme of History & the Humanities in Response to Crisis. Use our home page to register and receive a zoom link for the following events: https://history.unl.edu/2021-Pauley-Rawley

Thursday, October 7, 2021
11-12:30pm In Sickness & In Health: A COVID-19 Roundtable

Participants: Dr. Deirdre Cooper Owens, Director of UNL’S Humanities in Medicine Program
                     Dr. Jennifer Denetdale, Professor and Chair of the American Studies Department, University of New Mexico
                     Dr. Jasmine Riviere Marcelin, MD, University of Nebraska Medical Center Faculty
                     Vanessa Dominguez, Graduate Student in UNL’s Clinical Psychology Training Program
Moderator:   Dr. Margaret Huettl, Assistant Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, UNL

 

12:30-2 Public History & Career Diversity for Humanists
Participants: Dr. James F. Brooks, Carl & Sally Gable Distinguished Professor of History, University of Georgia
                     Dr. Rebecca Wingo, Director of Public History & Assistant Professor of History, University of Cincinnati
                     Trevor Jones, CEO/Director of History Nebraska
                     Dr. Kristin L. Ahlberg, Historian and Assistant to the General Editor, Office of the Historian, U.S. Department                              of State
Moderator:   William Kelly, PhD Student in History, UNL

5:30-7pm Distinguished Lecture by Dr. James F. Brooks, “The Role of Historians & the Humanities in Times of Crisis” 

Friday, October 8, 2021:
11-12:30pm Roundtable: Containing the Spread of Racism
Participants: Dr. Ashley Howard, Assistant Professor of History, University of Iowa
                     Preston Love, Jr., Instructor in African American Studies, University of Nebraska Omaha
                     Professor Anna Shavers, JD, Cline Williams Professor of Law & Associate Dean for Diversity and Inclusion,                                   Nebraska College of Law 
                     Elodie Galeazzi, PhD Candidate in History, UNL
Moderator:   Dr. Gwendolyn Combs, Associate Professor of Management in the College of Business & Director for Faculty                                 Diversity and Inclusion in the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor, UNL

1-2:30pm Roundtable: Community-Engaged Scholarship Addressing Crisis & Renewal
Participants:  Dr. Alexandra Stern, Associate Dean for the Humanities & Carroll Smith Rosenberg Collegiate Professor of                                   History, University of Michigan 
                      Dr. Dawne Y. Curry, Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, U
NL
                      Dr. Isabel Velázquez, Harold E. Spencer Professor of Modern Languages, UNL
                       Veronica Duran, PhD Candidate in History, UNL
Moderator:    Dr. Katrina Jagodinsky, Susan J. Rosowski Associate Professor and Graduate Chair of History, UNL

3:30-5pm: Graduate Student Research Lightning Round
Faculty Reviewers: Dr. Katrina Jagodinsky, Susan J. Rosowski Associate Professor and Graduate Chair of History, UNL
                                Dr. Jeannette Eileen Jones, Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, UNL
                                Dr. William G. Thomas, III, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, John and Catherine                                         Angle Chair in the Humanities, and Professor of History, UNL
                                Dr. James F. Brooks, Carl & Sally Gable Distinguished Professor of History, University of Georgia

                                Dr. Rebecca Wingo, Director of Public History & Assistant Professor of History, University of                                                     Cincinnati
                                Dr. Jennifer Denetdale, Professor and Chair of the American Studies
Department, University of New                                           Mexico

Contact Info: 

Katrina Jagodinsky, Pauley Rawley Planning Committee Chair
University of Nebraska Lincoln

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