Symposium: Humanities in Prison
Why study the humanities in prison? Why teach them? What is the value of prison humanities programs for communities both inside and outside of prisons? What humanistic texts and skills do we teach? A day-long symposium, hosted by the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center of the University of California, Santa Barbara, will include the voices of educators and the formerly incarcerated, in this exploration of building intellectual communities across systemic divides through the humanities. This program will be of interest to those involved in public humanities, social justice, transformative pedagogy and civic engagement.
Sponsored by the IHC’s Crossings + Boundaries series and the Hester and Cedric Crowell Endowment.
Part of a Series
|Crossings + Boundaries Talk: Dreamland: America’s Opiate Epidemic and How We Got Here||February 1, 2018||4:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Talks: Sayak Valencia and Lorena Wolffer||February 8, 2018||3:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Talk: Exodus: The Largest Movement of People since the Second World War (Dexter Filkins)||February 28, 2018||7:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Talk: Murder and Mattering in Harambe’s House (Claire Jean Kim)||March 1, 2018||4:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Reading: Of Great Importance (Nachoem M. Wijnberg)||April 12, 2018||4:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Talk: Borderwall as Architecture (Ronald Rael)||May 3, 2018||4:00 PM|
|Crossings + Boundaries Talks: Sinan Antoon and Sara Pursley||May 10, 2018||1:30 PM|