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Call for Applications


Taft Professor of Public Humanities
&
Taft Professor of Social Justice Studies


Applications are due by 5 PM, Oct. 23


2020-21 Taft Postdoctoral Fellows

Chandra Frank, PhD, Department of Media, Communication, and Cultural Studies, with an emphasis on queer and feminist studies, Goldsmiths, University of London. For more about Dr. Frank, please click here.

Anima Adjepong, PhD, Sociology, with graduate certificates in Women’s and Gender Studies and African and African Diaspora Studies, University of Texas at Austin. For more about Dr. Adjepong, please click here.


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Events

Latinx History Month: Afro-Latinidades in Transnational Contexts
22 Oct., 12 PM
Featuring:
  • Yomaira C. Figueroa Vásquez, Michigan State University
  • April J. Mayes, Pomona College
  • Shantee Rosado, Williams College
REGISTER FOR AFRO-LATINIDADES IN TRANSNATIONAL CONTEXTS at http://bit.ly/TAFT-Afro-Latinidades.


Storytelling as a Practice of Freedom (workshop)
23 Oct., 1 PM
Featuring: Unoma Azuah
and Nana Darkoa Sekyimah
REGISTER FOR STORYTELLING AS A PRACTICE OF FREEDOM at http://bit.ly/TAFT-Storytelling.


Science Outreach for Social Impact: Practical Lessons from Experience Design, Pedagogy, and Social Justice 
23 Oct., 2 PM
Featuring Samantha Finkelstein, 
Human-Computer Interaction Institute of Carnegie Mellon University

Zoom Link: https://ucincinnati.zoom.us/j/98596246956


Anti-Racist Struggle, COVID-19, and Transnational Feminist Solidarity (panel discussion)
29 October, 12:30 PM (EDT)

REGISTER FOR ANTI-RACIST STRUGGLE, COVID-19, AND TRANSNATIONAL FEMINIST SOLIDARITY at http://bit.ly/TAFT-Anti-RacistStruggle.


Visual Art & Cultural Movements
6 Nov., 1 PM
Featuring Eric Gyamfi
and Sel Kofiga
REGISTER FOR VISUAL ART & CULTURAL MOVEMENTS at http://bit.ly/TAFT-VisualArt.



Native American Heritage Month: More Than A Word (Preview & discussion of film)
Nov. 12, 2 PM 
John Little
, Director of the Indian University of North America
Kenn Little, filmmaker
Of the Standing Rock Dakota tribe, John Little and Kenn Little direct More Than A Word, offering a look inside the growing movement to change the name of the Washington R*dskins football team. The film traces origins of the word, from a term of racist derision and slander to being embraced as the name of one of the NFL’s most beloved franchises; and draws on the voices of Native American activists and scholars to place this controversy within the wider context of Native American history and racial stereotyping more generally.  https://www.speakoutnow.org/speaker/more-word-john-kenn-little
REGISTER FOR MORE THAN A WORD (PREVIEW & DISCUSSION) at https://bit.ly/TAFT-MoreThanAWord.


Gender as a Transnational Conspiracy: Anti-Gender Organizing in Latin America’s (Re)Turn to the Right
12 Nov., 4 PM EDT
Annie Wilkinson
, University of California, Irvine
REGISTER FOR GENDR AS A TRANSNDATIONAL CONSPIRACY at http://bit.ly/TAFT-GNDRxNTL.


On the Corner: Nexus at the Political Intersection of Race and Religion Research
15 Jan., 11 AM
Paul Djupe, Denison University Additional talks by:
  • Valerie MarTinez-Ebers, University of North Texas
  • Karam Dana, University of Washinton
  • Michele Margolis, University of Pennsylvania
  • Nazita Lajevardi, Michigan State University
Zoom ID: 517 973 8553

Black History Month
Home Ain’t Always Where the Heart Is: Women, Confinement, and Domestic Violence in the Gilded Age Bluegrass 

Feb. 16, 12 PM 
Charlene J. Fletcher, Ph.D.
Historian of Race, Gender, and the American South
Emerging Voices Postdoctoral Research Associate in Slavery and Justice, Brown University
www.charlenejfletcher.com