Upcoming Events at The Center for Humanities, CUNY
October Events and Opportunities
Upcoming events from the Center for the Humanities this October highlight critical and creative work exploring: the #MeToo movement, sexual violence against women, and the concept of “epistemic injustice;” the scientific and social implications of infectious disease; the relationship between painting, poetry and translation; the history of the Women’s Movement and American Feminism; the role of theater to raise awareness about the impact of mass incarceration on women, families, and communities; and the sharing, recording, and archiving of Indo-Caribbean stories in Richmond Hill, Queens.
They have a couple of opportunities on offer too! The Labor Care Archive is circulating two exciting free workshops: The Moth Storytelling Workshop on Caregiving at CUNY for CUNY student caregivers, and TheaterWorks! Performance/Playwriting Workshop on Caregiving at CUNY open to to CUNY faculty, staff, graduate students, and retirees, and the Object Library on the first floor of the Graduate Center, CUNY is circulating an open Call for Objects! on October 16th and 17th. Click here for more information about the Object Library, the call for objects and for CUNY Graduate Center Student Assistants!
Call for Participants: TheaterWorks! Performance/Playwriting Workshop on Caregiving at CUNY
Deadline: Wed, Oct 3, 11:59 PM
“#MeToo and Epistemic Injustice” Conference
Fri, Oct 5, 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM, at Roosevelt House, 47-49 East 65th St. | Sat, Oct 6, 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM, in The Skylight Room (9100), and the CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Ave.
Linda Martín Alcoff, Susan Brison, Ann Cahill, Alyson Cole, Karyn Freedman, Miranda Fricker, Mishuana Goeman, Suzanne Goldberg, Kim Hall, Raja Halwani, Alison Jaggar, Kate Manne, Danielle McGuire, Sarah Clark Miller, Rupal Oza, Andrea Press, Dina Siddiqi, Shatema Threadcraft. Organized by Linda Martin Alcoff and Charles W. Mills
Infectious Disease and the Spanish Flu – Lessons for Science and Society
Thu, Oct 11, 6:30 PM | Martin E. Segal Theatre
Benjamin D. Greenbaum, Laura Spinney
Words Do Not Pass, They Accumulate
Thu, Oct 11, 7:00 PM | The James Gallery
Zachary Pace, Bridget Talone, Simone White
Writing the Women’s Movement, 1963 – 1991: Honor Moore and Alix Kates Shulman
Mon, Oct 15, 4:00 – 5:30 PM | Rooms 9206 & 9207
Honor Moore and Alix Kates Shulman
Call for Objects!
Drop Off Info: Tue, Oct 16, – Wed, Oct 17, 12:00 Noon – 6:00 PM | The James Gallery and the Object Library, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Paul Berman: The Counterrevolution
Mon, Oct 22, 6:30 PM | Elebash Recital Hall
Paul Berman, Michael Walzer
Theater for Social Change: (In)Visible Freedom
Thu, October 25, 6:30 PM | Martin E. Segal Theatre
asha bandele, Teronia Campbell, Selina Fulford, DeAnna Hoskins, Katherine Sweetness Jennings, Yolanda Johnson-Peterkin, Denise McFarlan, Edna Joyce Sams, Alesa Simmons
Indo-Caribbean Stories: Sharing, Recording, and Archiving Stories of the West Indies & Movement to the USA
Sat, Oct 27, 2:00 – 4:00 | Queens Library at Richmond Hill, 118-14 Hillside Avenue, Queens, New York 11418
Gaiutra Bahadur, Rajiv Mohabir
Call for Participants: The Moth Storytelling Workshop on Caregiving at CUNY
Application Deadline: Mon, Oct 8, 2018
To view the complete fall schedule of events and opportunities, please visit their website.