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Celebrate the Fellows

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Celebrate the Fellows

Thursday, May 12, 2022
4pm to 6pm PT

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Stanford Humanities Center
424 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford CA, 94305

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What Difference Do We Make?

Research at the Stanford Humanities Center

How does the research conducted at the Humanities Center make a difference in the world? How do our fellows manage to keep that difference in sight as they do the work of scholarship? Three current Humanities Center fellows will provide brief responses to these questions, followed by a discussion with Q&A. 
 

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Eli Cook
History, University of Haifa
“Forced to Choose: American Children, Choice Architects, and the Culture of Neoliberal Capitalism”
 
Lucía Martínez Valdivia
English, Reed College
“Audiation: Listening to Writing”

Traci Parker
Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
“Beyond Loving: Love, Sex, and Marriage in the Black Freedom Movement”
 

A reception will follow the presentation.

Celebrate the Fellows is an annual event that takes a deep dive into the importance of humanities research to the world, by highlighting the projects that Humanities Center fellows are pursuing for the year.

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