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The Alexander Grass Humanities Institute and the Bird in Hand Bookshop have kicked off a new initiative in the public humanities called “Humanities in the Village.” The endeavor seeks to bring fresh scholarly work from our city’s thriving universities and colleges into conversation with a broader public audience. How does humanities research intersect with contemporary social and political concerns? Can we include these intersections in our developing work, bringing our scholarship into closer resonance with the pressing public matters of this time? This month's speaker will be Rachel Waxman, a PhD student in the History Department at Johns Hopkins University.
TIME & DATE
Monday, October 28, 2019 - 7:00pm