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Public Humanities with Purpose: History, Memory, and Racial Justice

Friday, 09 September, 2022

Fr. Sept. 9th
MCGannon 262
3750 Lindell Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63108
Or via Zoom
A roundtable discussion regarding the role of Public Humanities to teach diversity. Bringing together academics, community stakeholders, and public project participants to discuss the varied needs, wants, and desired outcomes of Public Humanities projects, as well as the desired outcomes for the public.
Robin Proudie,
President and Founder of Descendants of the St. Louis University Enslaved (DSLUE)
Dr. Heidi Ardizzone,
Associate Professor American Studies and founder of the Public Humanities Initiative at SLU
Dr. Allen Brizee,
Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing Across the Curriculum at SLU
Moderated by Dr. Christopher Tinson,
Chair and Associate Professor of African American Studies at SLU