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Working Group on War and Gender enbu232 Fri, 04/08/2022 - 05:40 pm
Working Group on War and Gender
 
Stacy Peebles, Marlene and David Grissom Professor of Humanities and

Associate Professor of English at Centre College presents:

"The War Comes with You: Enduring War in Life, Fiction, and Fantasy." 

Keeneland Room, 1- 63, WT Young Library 
 
Or on Zoom:

https://uky.zoom.us/j/7615832828

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Writing Fiction on Appalachian Culture: A Conversation with Authors Lee Mandelo and Ashley Blooms petrone Thu, 02/24/2022 - 04:10 pm
 
Join the Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) for a
conversation between Lee Mandelo, author of the "queer southern gothic"
Summer Sons, and Ashley Blooms, author of recently-published Appalachian novel
Where I Can't Follow, about their work as Kentucky writers. Blooms and Mandelo
will discuss their journeys through publishing, how they approach Appalachian
cultures in their fiction, and how their novels engage with topics such as gender
and trauma within these contexts
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Introducing Environmental Humanities at the University of Kentucky and the Wider Community

The “Introducing Environmental Humanities at the University of Kentucky and the Wider Community” workshop seeks to support the University of Kentucky’s newly established Environmental Humanities Initiative. This workshop is in the form of a Zoom meeting (rather than a Zoom webinar) which will provide a platform for everyone’s input. We have invited speakers from two different environmental humanities programs to speak about their own EH initiative’s origins, challenges, and structures. Dr. Walker, from Colby College’s Environmental Humanities Initiative, as well as Dr. Engelhardt and Anna Hamilton, from the Mellon-funded Coasts, Climates, the Humanities, and the Environment Consortium, will relay their own experiences whilst allowing for discussion across our group. We invite you to come along and share in this exciting and informative project.

           

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The State of Education: A Conversation about Public Schooling, Critical Race Theory, and Political Polarization

 

Over the past year, the teaching of “critical race theory” in public schools has become a hot-button political issue, dividing parents, teachers, and school board officials alike, sparking a national conversation about who should determine the content of public-school curriculum, and leading to the introduction of legislation that would limit what could be taught in Kentucky classrooms. The Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences is bringing together scholars and community members to discuss critical social problems, in this case the influence of political polarization on public school curriculum. We will discuss what exactly critical race theory is, seek to understand why legislation affecting school curriculum is being introduced in Kentucky, and explore what its impact might be. Our panelists include: Nikki Brown, UK Professor of History and African American and Africana Studies; Arnold Farr, UK Professor of Philosophy and Fayette-Urban County Council-at-Large Candidate; Tyler Murphy, Chair of the Fayette County Board of Education and a National Board-Certified Social Studies Teacher at Boyle County High School; Pragya Upreti, a Senior at Lafayette High School and the research lead for the Kentucky Student Voice Team, an independent youth-led organization focusing on education research, policy, and advocacy; Steve Voss, UK Professor of Political Science; and Lucy Waterbury, a Fayette County Public School Parent, School Based Decision Making Council Parent Representative, PTSA Leader, and co-founder of Save Our Schools Kentucky.

 

Zoom Recording:

https://uky.zoom.us/rec/share/byUgIwTqswWUAez8GWahqCGsp_wv6boeKWPMCnLiiZ5VdjENrawbgJTHx7xlmGoi.ftX49F4uUFGxxshp

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Conversation on Public Schooling, Critical Race Theory and Political Polarization enbu232 Sun, 02/13/2022 - 07:02 pm

 

 
   

 

 

Public Schooling, Critical Race Theory, Political Polarization

Over the past year, the teaching of “critical race theory” in public schools has become a hot-button political issue, dividing parents, teachers, and school board officials alike,  sparking a national conversation about who should determine the content of public-school curriculum, and leading to the introduction of legislation that would limit what could be taught in Kentucky classrooms . The Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences seeks to bring together scholars and community members to discuss critical social problems, in this case the influence of political polarization on public school curriculum.  We will discuss what exactly critical race theory is,  seek to understand why legislation affecting school curriculum is being introduced in Kentucky, and explore what its impact might be. Our panelists include: Nikki Brown, UK Professor of History and African American and Africana Studies; Arnold Farr, UK Professor of Philosophy and Fayette-Urban County Council-at-Large Candidate; Tyler Murphy, Chair of the Fayette County Board of Education and a National Board-Certified Social Studies Teacher at Boyle County High School; Pragya Upreti, a Senior at Lafayette High School and the research lead for the Kentucky Student Voice Team, an independent youth-led organization focusing on education research, policy, and advocacy; Steve Voss, UK Professor of Political Science; and Lucy Waterbury, a Fayette County Public School Parent, School Based Decision Making Council Parent Representative, PTSA Leader, and co-founder of Save Our Schools Kentucky.

 

Register here: https://uky.zoom.us/j/85145431963?pwd=di9sVlQ5bkE4SnFjNnNCaERjSndzdz09

 

 

 

 

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Workshop “Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During this Crisis and the Next” mdelt0 Thu, 01/13/2022 - 04:00 pm

Register here:  https://uky.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0pc-GtqDIvE9G4ovB2j71UKJrtTneZPCIc

 

A Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences Workshop Series Event

 

Mutual aid is the radical act of caring for each other while working to change the world, especially

as people around the world are faced with crises such as climate change-induced fires, floods, and storms,

mass incarceration, racist policing, environmental degradation caused by capitalism and severe wealth inequality.

 

This workshop is to give University of Kentucky’s faculty, staff, students, and Fayette County’s

community members tools for understanding what mutual aid is and why it is important.

 

This event is sponsored by the Cooperative for the Humanities and Social Sciences and Department of Gender & Women’s Studies

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Gender and Anti-Asian Hate in America: A Conversation Around the Atlanta Shootings of March 16, 2021

                                                                                                

This program brings together a scholar on the history of gender and Asians in the United States with two activists whose work combats Anti-Asian hate and fights discrimination against Asian and Asian American Women in the United States. Our speakers will be:
Charlene Buckles, Development Director of ACLU Kentucky
Tosha Larson, an activist living in Lexington, Kentucky
Akiko Takenaka, Department of History, University of Kentucky

Co-sponsored by the A&S Diversity and Inclusivity Committee

Register here: https://uky.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_LZJzSyGkSYybA8semEoTaw

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Making the Grant Cycle Work for You: Applying for ACLS, Guggenheim, NEH and Residential Grants in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Wondering how to get started on a national grant or fellowship application?  Or received a rejection and did not know what to do next?  Professor Craig Koslofsky, Professor of History and Germanic Languages and Literatures at the University of Illinois and an experienced faculty grant advisor will, demystify the grant cycle in the Humanities and Social Sciences. This workshop will prepare you to design and present your research so that you can submit multiple grant applications in the 2021-2022 cycle, which begins in April 2021 and continues through April 2022.

 

Craig Koslofsky has many years’ experience as a grant advisor with the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research at the University of Illinois. He has worked with numerous NEH Faculty Fellowship and Guggenheim awardees, as well as recipients of highly competitive fellowships from the ACLS, the National Humanities Center, the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts, and other funding agencies. Koslofsky is working on a book on research proposal design and presentation.

 

To join the workshop, please use the Zoom link below:

 

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, or mobile device: https://uky.zoom.us/j/83880863296

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