Warm Up With the Humanities: A Celebration of New Faculty Research
Friday, February 21, 2020
Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 421
This event is free and open to the public.
12:15 Registration and Welcome Humanities Council Members
Dr. Nancy Love, Professor of Political Science and Humanities Council Coordinator
12:30-1:00 “Racialized Electronic Surveillance and Its Discontents” A Humanities Council Reading Group/Research Cluster
- Dr. Albert Stabler, Assistant Professor, Art Department (convener)
- Dr. Mira Waits, Assistant Professor, Art Department
- Dr. Jon Carter, Associate Professor, Anthropology Department
- Dr. Rick Elmore, Assistant Professor, Philosophy & Religion Department
- Dr. Felicia Arriaga, Assistant Professor, Sociology
1:00-1:30 "Where the Fault Lies: Representations of Addiction in Audience Reactions to Media Coverage of the Opioid Epidemic"
Dr. David Russell, Assistant Professor, Sociology Department
1:30-1:45 “Elementary School Counselor Experiences Teaching on a Related Arts Schedule”
Dr. Amy Milsom, Professor and Chair Department of Psychological Counseling and Human Development
1:45-2:15 Break (refreshments provided)
2:15-2:45 “Engaging communities in research: A community based participatory action research project focusing on intergenerational nutrition”
Dr. Jill Juris Naar, Assistant Professor, Recreation Management and Physical Education
2:45-3:15 "The Photographs of Doris Ulmann: Scholarship, Kinship and Materiality"
Dr. Heather Waldroup, Professor of Art History, Associate Director, Honors College
3:15-3:45 “Work, Love, and Learning In Utopia: Equality Reimagined"
Dr. Martin Schoenhals, Anthropology Department
4:00 Closing conversations (refreshments provided)