2015-2016 CEAH Events
The Ethics of Debt
September 25-26, 2015
Special Event Thursday September 24 7pm
Documentary and Discusion on Student Debt
This conference provides a unique forum for discussing the ethics of debt, bringing together scholars from a variety of humanities and social sciences disciplines. Multiple papers will be given in the following themes: Education and Debt, Representations of Debt, Consumer Credit and Bankruptcy, Debt and the Global Economy, Philosophy of Debt, The History of Debt, Debt and the State, Critical Theory, and Studies in the Experience and Meaning of Debt.
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Digital Humanities Symposium
Reflecting Past and Present:
19th Century Humanities in a Digital Age
October 24, 2015 8:15am -5pm
Ensminger Conference Room, Kildee Hall
registration free for ISU faculty and students
Event Schedule & Abstracts
updated Lunch Selection
Peter Capuano, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Novel Criticism: Computational Research and the Future of the Scholarly Monograph
Dino Felluga, Purdue University
The Eventuality of the Digital
Anne Helmreich, Texas Christian University
Late to the Party?: Art History and the Digital Humanities
Natalie Houston, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Reading Victorian Poetry in the New Nineteenth-Century Archive
Challenges and Opportunities in Digital Humanities: Institutions, Funding, Value
CEAH Research Summit
January 21, 8:30 to noon
buffet lunch for all participants at noon
Deadline for lighting talk proposals is December 1. See the Call for Presenters.
Download the template for proposals.
Iowa State faculty working in the arts and humanities present their creative and research-based scholarship in a collegial setting. Includes buffet lunch for attendees and presenters.
Experience the diversity and quality of arts and humanities research at ISU. Learn of your colleagues’ current scholarly work, interests you have in common, and discuss new developments in the arts and humanities.
The summit will feature the popular “lightning talk” sessions where faculty artists, designers, and humanities researchers introduce their scholarship in timed four-minute segments.
What is The Urban? Registers of a World Interior
April 4-5, 2016