The Public Historian did not anticipate the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, when it recruited a roundtable on rapidly responding to community tragedy for its latest issue.
“History, Memory, and Disability Rights: Creating Inclusive Public Humanities Programs,” a public humanities conference and workshops, will take place on Nov. 19, 2016.
Jason E. Allen joins as the Director of Community Engagement and Gigi Naglak is the Director of Grants and Programs.
Building community has turned up as a priority in a wide variety of settings around the region lately, often with the humanities in the driver’s seat. Perhaps in the season when underground bulbs send up the flowers that remind us to appreciate the beauty in nature, it is reasonable to treat the humanities a bit like those flowers. Perhaps this is a chance to take a moment to give a sniff, let our spirits be lifted, and renew our hopes for our work in a troubled world.
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