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David Theo Goldberg considers some of the challenges facing the humanities today in the context of current economic conditions and their impact on higher education. How might humanists think about their practice in light of such conditions? How could we (as scholars and universities) move toward a more publicly engaged, probative, and open-ended humanistic pedagogy and practice? Continue reading
David Theo Goldberg considers how the university – even in this age of increasing austerity – can engage with knowledge, students and diverse publics in ways that are both meaningful and transformative. The new digital and open environments with which faculty and students interface on a daily basis present important opportunities for the university to reorient itself toward critical and transdisciplinary modes of thinking, working and learning.
David Theo Goldberg Visits McMaster University March 15-16, 2012 The Public Intellectuals Project is pleased to announce the following events with David Theo Goldberg: Workshop on “The Postracial Contemporary” Thursday, March 15, 2012 12:00-2:00 pm Togo Salmon Hall 719 Public … Continue reading
The University We Are For? There’s no denying that a violent and unforgiving justice system is on the rise in North America. We see it already further segregating populations, draining federal coffers, and locking countless people away for longer than … Continue reading
Playing Racial Politics in America Today The popular colourblind narrative in the United States is deeply worrying. By asserting that the nation is “post-race,” colourblindness negates the very real and continuous presence of racism. Accordingly, this ideology casts current inequalities … Continue reading