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Being Human

Being Human aims to create conversations between the humanities and other disciplines -- conversations that let humanists and scholars in other fields learn from each other and create new forms of understanding as the 21st century unfolds.

info_outline Thinking Historically About Public Health: An Interview with Mari Webel 10/02/2020
info_outline The Thought Life of Social Justice: An Interview with Robin Brooks 09/04/2020
info_outline Islamic Ways of Knowing: An Interview with Rudolph Ware 08/22/2020
info_outline The Politics of Space: An Interview with Mabel Wilson 07/10/2020
info_outline Race, Justice, and What Philosophers Do: An Interview with Tommie Shelby 06/19/2020
info_outline Revolution as Preservation: An Interview with Fred Moten 06/05/2020
info_outline Denial as a Way of Life: An Interview with Allen MacDuffie 05/01/2020
info_outline The Intersections of History: An Interview with Merry Wiesner-Hanks 03/06/2020
info_outline Roosevelt, Rough Riders, and Writing American History: An Interview with Clay Risen 01/10/2020
info_outline Matter and Meaning: An Interview with Rebecca Jordan-Young 12/06/2019
info_outline Literature and the Effort of Being Human: An Interview with MLA President Simon Gikandi 11/01/2019
info_outline Dreaming Ourselves Out of This: An Interview with Novelist Angie Cruz 10/04/2019
info_outline You Can Only Be Exactly Where You Are: An Interview with Members of Theatre Nohgaku 09/13/2019
info_outline Architecture, the Humanities, and the European Imagination: An Interview with Caspar Pearson 06/07/2019
info_outline Visual Possibilities of Worlds to Come: An Interview with Maria Loh 05/03/2019
info_outline Drone Poetics: An Interview with Andrea Brady 04/05/2019
info_outline Make America Historical Again: An Interview with Ed Ayers 03/01/2019
info_outline The Trojan Horse of the Museum World: An Interview Steve Lyons of the Natural History Museum 02/01/2019
info_outline Fiction, Exile, and Alternative Histories: An Interview with Nuruddin Farah 01/11/2019
info_outline We Have No Choice but to be Angry: An Interview with Kazuo Hara 12/07/2018
info_outline Don't Go Into the Cellar!: An Interview on Horror with Noël Carroll 11/02/2018
info_outline Environmental Institutions: Representing Nature in the Anthropocene 10/05/2018
info_outline Stories of Art and Science: An Interview with Lee Gutkind 09/07/2018
info_outline Performance and Resistance: An Interview with Robin Bernstein 07/06/2018
info_outline Slow Violence and a Repertoire of Selves: An Interview with Rob Nixon 06/01/2018
info_outline Punk Possibilities: An Interview with Judith Peraino 05/04/2018
info_outline To Name Things is Intention to Make Things: An Interview with Rhodessa Jones 04/06/2018
info_outline Revolution as Preservation: An Interview with Fred Moten 03/02/2018
info_outline The Art of Maps: An Interview with Anne Knowles 02/02/2018
info_outline The Claim of Language: An Interview with Christopher Fynsk 01/12/2018
 
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