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Upcoming Opportunities for Humanities Graduate Students

Modified: October 19, 2016

The Chicago Humanities Festival is co-hosting three lecture series after which humanities graduate students are invited to participate in small-group seminars with leading scholars and thinkers.

Graduate students in history, literature,media, and related disciplines (CHF with Newberry Library and Karla Scherer Center for the Study of American Culture at the University of Chicago)
Join Harvard Law School professor Annette Gordon-Reed, New York University professor Mara Mills, and Emory University professor Benjamin Reiss, for a day-long series of public lectures and small-group seminars at the Newberry Library’s Ruggles Hall on Saturday, November 5. Look here for more information and send any questions to Olivia Cunningham.  
 
Graduate students in history, politics, and related disciplines (CHF with the Baskes Family)
Join Princeton University professor Sean Wilentz for a public lecture and student seminar at First United Methodist Church at the Chicago Temple, 77 W Washington St, Chicago, IL 60602, on Sunday, November 6. Look here for for more information and send any questions to Olivia Cunningham.
 
Graduate students in art, art history, environmental studies and related disciplines (CHF with the Terra Foundation for American Art)
Join University of California, Irvine professor James Nisbet for a public lecture at The Art Institute of Chicago followed by a student seminar on Saturday, November 12. Look here for more information and send any questions to Olivia Cunningham.  

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