UNC Greensboro

Historical Roots of Our Time: Caste and Race // 12pm on Thur, Jan 19th

“Caste and Race: Interconnected, yet Distinct, Systems of Oppression” Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023, noon Presenters: Dr. Jeremy Rinker, UNCG Peace and Conflict Studies and Dr. Gaurav Pathania, Assistant Professor of Sociology and Peacebuilding in the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding (CJP) at Eastern Mennonite University Zoom: Register here: http://go.uncg.edu/historicalroots Increasingly caste … Continued

HNAC Café: Dancing the Archive // 5:30pm on Thur, Nov 3rd

What are the intersections between humanities research and choreographic practice? How can archival research support dance-making? UNCG MFA students and alumni in Dance from three different cohorts share their experiences with archival research. Presenters: Chelsea Hilding, MFA (2022) Elijah Motley, MFA candidate (2023) Lisa Hines, MFA student (2024) Moderated by … Continued

HNAC Café: Sustainability Film Series // 5:30pm on Thur, Oct 6th

Please join HNAC on Thursday, October 6th for a café in collaboration with the Sustainability Film Series. We will screen “River of Gold,” a film that explores mining in the amazon, with a discussion led by Stephanie Friede. Refreshments from Borough Coffee will be available in the Weatherspoon Art Museum Courtyard … Continued

Artists Panel Discussion: Gilded // 4-5pm on Thur, Sept 29th

Virtual event, register HERE. Featured Gilded artists Larissa Bates, Shinji Turner-Yamamoto, and Summer Wheat come together to share their distinct techniques for working with gold leaf and to talk about how they use this precious material to address a breadth of themes in their work, from history to literature to the environment. Larissa Bates explores histories of colonialism … Continued

HNAC Institutional Grant Workshop // 2-3:30pm on Thur, Sept 29th

Interested in collaborating with colleagues on large humanities projects? Curious about being part of a team for a large grant? Have ideas for what we might want to get money to do? Join us from 2-3:30 pm on Thursday, September 29th in the Moore Humanities and Research Building, room 3501 … Continued