Columbia University - Heyman Center for the Humanities

New Books in Medical Humanities: Culture and Medicine: Critical Readings in the Health and Medical Humanities

From: 2023-02-07 6:15 PM
To: 2023-02-07 7:15 PM

The Meddlers: Sovereignty, Empire, and the Birth of Global Economic Governance

From: 2023-02-09 6:0 PM
To: 2023-02-09 7:0 PM

On Wonder: an Evening of Magic with Jeanette Andrews

From: 2023-02-08 6:0 PM
To: 2023-02-08 8:0 PM

Celebrating Recent Work by Muhsin Al-Musawi

From: 2023-02-06 6:15 PM
To: 2023-02-06 7:30 PM

Freedom in Transition

From: 2023-02-02 12:15 PM
To: 2023-02-02 2:0 PM

Utopia 7/13: "Concrete Utopianism” with Nadia Abu El-Haj, Kaiama Glover, Fred Moten, and Gary Wilder

From: 2023-02-01 6:15 PM
To: 2023-02-01 7:30 PM

Another Skin: Climate Adaptation and Accountability

From: 2023-01-31 4:15 PM
To: 2023-01-31 6:0 PM

Celebrating Recent Work by Isabel Huacuja Alonso

From: 2023-01-26 4:30 PM
To: 2023-01-26 6:0 PM

Elaine Combs-Schilling Memorial Lecture: Mishuana Goeman

From: 2022-12-01 6:0 PM
To: 2022-12-01 8:0 PM

Celebrating Recent Work by Nadia Abu El-Haj

From: 2022-11-17 6:15 AM
To: 2022-11-17 7:30 PM

A History of Decarbonization

From: 2022-11-17 12:45 PM
To: 2022-11-17 2:15 PM

The Many Afterlives of Incarceration with John Gargano

From: 2022-11-16 6:10 PM
To: 2022-11-16 7:30 PM

Website as Archive for the Public Humanities

From: 2022-11-16 2:0 PM
To: 2022-11-16 4:0 PM

Book Talks in Medical Humanities: Heather Davis's Plastic Matter

From: 2022-11-15 6:0 PM
To: 2022-11-15 7:0 PM
Website As Archive For The Public Humanities In #morningsideheights

Website as Archive for the Public Humanities

This workshop explores our current undertaking: creating an accessible, enduring website that collates, showcases, and sustains the highs and lows of the last three years.

More often than not, sharing public humanities projects with larger audiences depends on the distribution and preservation of information online. And yet, when we are looking to memorialize these projects for future cohorts and community members, how should we imagine the design and role of the website itself? In the Zip Code Memory Project’s final active year, our objectives are not only to continue the larger, outstanding effort of remembering COVID-19, but to memorialize ZCMP itself.

Note: The event will be held over Zoom