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Public Scholarship Roundtable: Why does Public Scholarship Matter?
WhenFriday, Nov. 3, 2017, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
Campus locationCommunications Building (CMU)
Campus room202
Event typesLectures/Seminars, Meetings
Event sponsorsCertificate in Public Scholarship, a partnership of the School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences at UW Bothell, the Graduate School, and the Simpson Center for the Humanities. 
Description

Speakers:

  • Martha Gonzalez (Chican@/Latin@ Studies, Scripps/Claremont Colleges and Artivista)
  • Quetzal Flores (Producer, Songwriter, Musician)
  • Iris C. Viveros Avendaño (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, UW Seattle)
This roundtable series seeks to deepen and enlarge crossdisciplinary conversations about scholarship as a public practice oriented toward social justice. Speakers discuss their diverse experiences facilitating campus-community dialogues and collaborations that promote effective, creative, and just problem-solving for social change.

Reception to follow. 

Curated and moderated by Michelle Habell-Pallán (Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, UW Seattle) and Bruce Burgett (Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences, UW Bothell). Sponsored by the UW Certificate in Public Scholarship. 

The graduate Certificate in Public Scholarship generates public forms of culture, knowledge, and expression; re-envisions the ends and means of higher education; and opens professional pathways inside and outside the academy.

Learn more at www.simpsoncenter.org/certificate-public-scholarship. For more information please contact Miriam Bartha (mbartha@uw.edu/425.352.5427).

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