Dirty Disciplines, Wild Knowledges: How is Knowledge Given Vital Form in a Time of A-disciplinarity?
Please join us for the Humanties PhD Program Graduate Conference, "Dirty Disciplines, Wild Knowledges: How is Our Work Given Vital Form in a Time of A-Discplinarity."
This conference aims not to investigate ‘interdisciplinarity’ in and of itself, but convenes to ask the following: How is knowledge given vital form?
In a time when disciplinary boundaries are shifting, how do we keep knowledge in the world? How does it travel? What forms of knowing does your work give life to, and how does it reverberate through and between communities? How do we maintain liveness, nimbleness and depth in our research and study? What can research-creation do?
This conference features keynote speakers David "Jhave" Johnston and Kahente Horn-Miller, and will also include panels, workshops, performances, and a showcase of research-creation work from Canadian and international scholars.
These events are free and open to the public. We require an RSVP so we can prepare bags, workshop registration and dinner tickets.
For a full list of events and presenters, please visit our website.