FHI to host 2022 Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes Annual Meeting; Public Sessions open to Duke Community
The Duke community is cordially invited to the following sessions of FACE TO FACE: FORMS OF THE HUMANITIES, the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI), hosted by the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute. The CHCI is a global forum that strengthens the work of humanities centers and institutes through advocacy, grant-making, and inclusive collaboration. CHCI advances cross-institutional partnerships, recognizes regional humanities cultures, and mobilizes the collective capacity of the humanities to engage the most pressing issues in society today. The FHI was the institutional home of the CHCI from 2007 to 2016. See full conference program here.
The following sessions of the CHCI conference are open to Duke faculty, staff, and students. SPACES ARE LIMITED. PLEASE REGISTER BY MONDAY MAY 16, 2022 (extended!)
- Poetry reading by Nathaniel Mackey (Duke), with music by the Our True Day Begun Soon Come Qu'ahttet | Thu May 19, 5:30-7:00pm, Nasher Museum of Art
- [PROGRAM CHANGE] Keynote Lecture: Massimo Leone (Turin), "The Nose of Pinocchio" | Fri May 20, 11:30am-1:00pm, Penn Pavilion ** UPDATE 5/15: Due to unforeseen circumstances, Prof. Brent Hayes Edwards (Columbia) will be unable to join us for this keynote lecture.
- Srinivas Aravamudan Memorial Lecture: Akira Lippit (USC), "Persona Non Grata" | Fri May 20, 3:30-5:00pm, Penn Pavilion
- Closing Lecture: Sara Guyer (UC Berkeley), CHCI President | Sat May 21, 4-5pm, Penn Pavilion
IMPORTANT: For admission, please bring your ticket (electronic or print-out) to each session. Note that tickets are for public sessions ONLY. Registration for the full conference is limited to CHCI member organizations.
Compliance with CHCI conference policies - including its Anti-Harassment Policy, COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement, and Conference Safety Protocol - is required for attendance at these events. Please follow links to review:
- Anti-harassment policy
- COVID-19 Safety Protocols and Policy
- Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations on staying up to date with vaccines
You will be asked to indicate your agreement with these policies before completing registration.