Interrogating the Divide: Theory and Teaching
Nov 2, 2018, 1-3pm, Michigan History Department, Room 1014 Tisch Hall.
Lunch Served. Event open to the general public, graduate and undergraduate students, and faculty, but registration is required, please registered here.
A round-table discussion about the challenges and difficulties that face graduate students and faculty in incorporating theory in their teaching and writing.
In this discussion, we will be joined by Reginald Jackson (Asian Languages and Cultures) and Duygu Ergun (Comparative Literature). Chaired by Omer Sharir (History)
This event is part of the University of Michigan and the American University in Cairo (AUC) partnership on Public Humanities in the Global South supported by a Grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to AUC.