Graduate Student Lunch with Dr. Mary Amanda McNeil, 12/1
Tufts graduate students in the humanities are invited to an informal conversation over lunch with Mary Amanda McNeil (Assistant Professor, Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora) on building communities and practicing kinship towards survival within/beyond the academy.
December 01 | 12:00 pm ET
New Faculty Showcase, 11/29
Join us on Wednesday, November 29th at 4 p.m. for an introduction to some new faculty in the humanities.
November 29 | 4:00 pm ET
Chat Fellow Presentation: Daanika Gordon, 11/15
CHAT invites you to come to a special presentation on 11/15 featuring Faculty Fellow Daanika Gordon
November 15 | 4:00 pm ET
The Good, the Bad, and the Not Too Bad, with Malcolm Turvey, 11/14
Co-sponsored by Tufts Film and Media Studies, Tufts Department of Philosophy, Center for Humanities at Tufts, and the Boston Cinema/Media Seminar, the Tufts Community is invited to a special presentation.
November 14 | 6:30 pm ET
Teaching Trans-Trans Teaching, 11/13
Sponsored by the Center for Humanities at Tufts and the Grad TLC program, we warmly invite you to join us next Monday for a special event with guest rl Goldberg from the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning at Princeton.
November 13 | 4:30 pm ET
Symposium and Bus Tour to introduce Slavery, Colonialism and their Legacies-- Nov. 8
The Center for Humanities, The Center for the Study of Race & Democracy, The Tufts Archival Research Center, the History Department and the Office of the Provost would like to welcome the Tufts community to attend our upcoming symposium on the Slavery, Colonialism, and their Legacies at Tufts project.
November 08 | 2:00 pm ET
Stand By Your God: Paul of Tarsus on Fidelity, A Presentation by Jennifer Eyl, 11/6
The Department of Religion invites you to a special presentation, featuring the scholarship of Professor Jennifer Eyl, "Stand by your God: Paul of Tarsus on Fidelity."
November 06 | 12:00 pm ET
CHAT Fellow Seminar with Simon Han and Kate Conlon, 11/1
CHAT invites you to come visit us on Wednesday, November 1 at noon for a special presentation by CHAT Fellow, Simon Han, and special guest Kate Conlon. All are welcome.
November 01 | 12:00 pm ET
Lunch with Diego Luis, 10/27
Tufts graduate students in the humanities are invited to an informal conversation with Diego Luis (Assistant Professor, History) on navigating academia as well as unpacking the “hidden curriculum” of graduate school.
October 27 | 12:00 pm ET
Creating your Own Track, with Ashlie Sandoval Lee, 10/24
Please join Grad TLC and CHAT on Tuesday, October 24 th at 6pm for a conversation with Dr. Ashlie Sandoval-Lee about pedagogy, DEIJ work, and the expanded professional possibilities that a PhD in the Humanities affords.
October 24 | 6:00 pm ET
Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference: Oct. 20
The Tufts English Student Organization and the Center for Humanities at Tufts warmly invites the Tufts community to the 10th annual Tufts Graduate Humanities Conference, entitled "Work in Progress."
October 20 | 8:00 am ET
Faculty Book Talk: The Afterlife of Race, with Lionel McPherson
Join us at Fung House (48 Professors Row) at noon for a Faculty Book Talk featuring Lionel McPherson of the Philosophy Department. Professor McPherson will be discussing his new book, The Afterlife of Race: An Informed Philosophical Search , available starting November 7 from Oxford University Press.
October 18 | 12:00 pm ET