Spring 2015 Graduate Student Workshop

Graduate Student Workshop following What Was Antihumanism?
Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m., reception to follow

Michelle Smith Collaboratory for Visual Culture
4213 Art-Sociology Building
University of Maryland, College Park
Free and open to the public

This event allows graduate students from all disciplines an opportunity to continue the discussion initiated at the Potomac Center’s spring symposium, What Was Antihumanism?. It will begin with short provocations from two University of Maryland faculty members with special connections to the topic. In order to facilitate discussion, videos of the symposium’s papers will be made available on this site following the symposium and in advance of the workshop.

Videos of the lectures and discussion from the What Was Antihumanism? symposium are available HERE.

Read more about the Potomac Center’s new graduate student workshops.

Faculty Leaders
Ashwini Tambe, Associate Professor, Women’s Studies
Joshua Shannon, Associate Professor, Art History & Archaeology

Cecilia Wichmann, Ph.D. student, Art History & Archaeology

Christopher Nealon, Professor of English at Johns Hopkins University and chair of the related symposium, will also participate in the discussion.