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HINDSIGHT / 2020: Humanistic Reflections on an Unprecedented Year

The Humanities Institute in the College of Arts and Sciences presents a series of online lectures and conversations that highlight the ways in which humanistic disciplines can help us interpret and contextualize the critical developments in racialized violence, public health, and social responsibility that have defined, and often intersected in, an unprecedented 2020. The year-long series will additionally focus on how the humanities can collaborate with other disciplines to help us better understand these pressing issues. These online events, free and open to the public through the “Quick Sessions” Platform of the Regina A. Quick Center for Performing Arts, will feature prominent national and international figures in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences as well as Fairfield University faculty.

About Dr. Gniesha Dinwiddie

Dr. Dinwiddie will host a zoom session on Race, Class, and the Pandemic. She is a medical sociologist with expertise in racial disparities. She worked as a grant reviewer at the National Institutes of Health for several years and now works for the AHRQ. She is conducting her own research on the pandemic and reviewing grants for research on COVID-19 at AHRQ. Her talk and especially the follow up discussion will also include considerations of how humanistic approaches such as cultural theory, narrative and inquiry can compliment data and empirical studies when it comes to issues of race and public health.

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