SOF Fellow Renzo Aroni Launches New Podcast
SOF Fellow Renzo Aroni launched Kuskalla, a new podcast that features conversations on Quechua language and Andean knowledge, culture, arts, and politics.
Opportunity: Global Humanities Institute 2023
Global Racisms is a Global Humanities Institute that draws on the strong transnational resonance of the Black Lives Matter movement and the compelling responses of global communities across distinct demographics and colonial histories to reflect more broadly on the global reach and relevance of humanistic scholarship on the study of subaltern pasts.
Call for Proposals: Beyond Polarization: Epistemic distortion and criticism
Submissions are open for the Beyond Polarization: Epistemic distortion and criticism workshop, which aims to think through epistemic distortions at the individual and intersubjective levels, the role of criticism and critique in facilitating belief and social change, and the idea of reconciliation.