The following courses were included in the Public Humanities Initiative Curriculum for Fall of 2020:
PUBHM-GA 1001 Theorizing Public Humanities: Humans, Publics, Public Humanities explores histories and genealogies of the public and of the human.
Instructors: André Lepecki & Ann Pellegrini
Mondays, 12:30 PM - 3:15 PM
EXPANDING YOUR PERSPECTIVE: ADDITIONAL Fall 2020 COURSES
These courses take learning beyond the core curriclum, providing students with the opportunity to explore the field of Public Humanities in a variety of relevant departments.
AMST-GA 2901.001 Topics: Pandemic: Politics and Policy will function as a working group on the history and politics of epidemics and global pandemics, and on their implications for public health policy.
Instructor: Lisa Duggan
Wednesdays, 4:55 PM - 7:35 PM
AMST-GA 3213.001 Topics: How to Be a Critic is for graduate students interested in developing a practice in public scholarship.
Instructor: Caitlin Zaloom
Thursdays, 9:30 AM - 12:15 PM
COLIT-GA 1560, ENGL-GA 2839-001 Topics in American Lit: Theorizing the American Scene brings together both well-known interventions from the twentieth century and recent work from US, UK and German traditions of American Studies.
Instructor: Jay Garcia
Fridays, 11:00 AM - 1:40 PM
CLASS-GA 1001.02 Public Facing Classics will introduce students to the field of Public Humanities with a focus on programs that use ancient Greek and Roman materials in the creation of programs aimed at the general public and specialized communities outside of the academy.
Instructor: Peter Meineck
Tuesdays, 6:30 PM - 8:45 PM
EAST-GA 2707 (001) Topics: Cartographies of the Public Human: Human/Posthuman Love and Labor, E. Asia and the West will focus on two basic categories of the human which now seem to be particularly relevant to the way changes in our world are currently playing out: labor, and love.
Instructor: Tom Looser
Wednesdays, 2:00 PM - 4:45 PM