Center for the Humanities annouces 2009-2010 workshops
The Center for the Humanities would like to announce the
. The following workshops will take place during the 2009-10 academic year and are open to all faculty, students, staff, and the community. 2009-2010 A.W. Mellon/Helen C. White Interdisciplinary Workshops in the Humanities
“Science and Print Culture”
“African Diaspora, Genetics and Genealogy”
“Visualities beyond Ocularcentrism: Understanding Sense Perception and Experience Before and in the Wake of the Virtual and the Digital”
“Corpus: Premodern Books and Bodies,” and “Athens and Jerusalem”
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