Humanities on the Edge Lecture Videos

Sue J. Kim - Part 3

October 26, 2016

Sue J. Kim is the author of On Anger: Race, Cognition, Narrative (U Texas P, 2013), which brings into conversation cognitive and cultural studies approaches to anger, and co-editor, with Meghan Hammond, of the collection Rethinking Empathy Through Literature (Routledge, 2014).

Alexandre Da Costa - Part 1

April 6, 2017

"Towards a Hemispheric Critique of the Post-racial"

March 2, 2017

Alexandre Da Costa is assistant professor of Theoretical, Cultural and International Studies in Education at the University of Alberta. His research focuses on various areas including: race and racism, racial ideologies, cultural politics, the politics of knowledge, decoloniality, education, state policy, and development in the Americas.

Alexandre Da Costa - Part 2

April 10, 2017

"Towards a Hemispheric Critique of the Post-racial" March 2, 2017 Alexandre Da Costa is assistant professor of Theoretical, Cultural and International Studies in Education at the University of Alberta. His research focuses on various areas including: race and racism, racial ideologies, cultural politics, the politics of knowledge, decoloniality, education, state policy, and development in the Americas.

Kirsten Pai Buick - Part 1

April 17, 2017

"Slavery Makes the Woman: Historical and Racial Linkages in the Creative Practices of Mary Edmonia Lewis and Kara Walker"

Kirsten Pai Buick is Professor of Art History at the University of New Mexico.

Kirsten Pai Buick - Part 2

April 17, 2017

"Slavery Makes the Woman: Historical and Racial Linkages in the Creative Practices of Mary Edmonia Lewis and Kara Walker"

Kirsten Pai Buick is Professor of Art History at the University of New Mexico.

Timothy Scott Brown - Part 1: Lecture

October 12, 2017

“Is Revolution Still Possible? The Crisis of Capitalism and the Meaning of 1968”
Thursday, September 28, 2017
5:30 p.m., Sheldon Museum of Art

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