Welcome to the Center for Cultural Analysis

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 Welcome to the Center for Cultural Analysis, Rutgers University’s hub for interdisciplinary research in the humanities and humanistically-oriented social sciences. 

  

Seminar

Each year we run a biweekly seminar that draws faculty, advanced graduate students, and post-doctoral researchers into a sustained conversation on a topic of importance. In 2020-2021 the seminar theme is “What is Photography?”  The seminar meets from 1:10-4:10pm on alternate Wednesday afternoons and ordinarily discusses scholarship that has been pre-circulated to members.  Approximately half of the meetings are devoted to discussing the work of distinguished visitors.  All are welcome to attend! Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for access to the readings.

 

Working Groups 

Each year, the Center for Cultural Analysis sponsors numerous Working Groups and provides administrative support to several Affiliated Groups as part of our commitment to critical inquiry and interdisciplinary research. Bringing together scholars from across the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, these groups meet regularly to explore common interests, discuss salient questions, and plan small- and large-scale events. Convened to support faculty and graduate student research, they are an integral part of our mission to enhance interdisciplinary scholarship across Rutgers University.

Fellowships

For 2020-21, the Center for Cultural Analysis will sponsor five fellowships for Rutgers faculty, five fellowships for Rutgers graduate students, and two Postdoctoral Associate positions for external scholars.  

 

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Events

28 Sep 2020, 02:00PM - 03:30PM
 Book talk with Dr. Jessica Marie Johnson
Virtual Book Talk with Dr. Jessica M. Johnson (History Department, Johns Hopkins University) on  Wicked Flesh: Bla...
01 Oct 2020, 06:00PM - 09:30PM
A Thousand Cuts: Social Media and Technologies as Tools for State Terror and Populism
This event will screen a recent documentary A Thousand Cuts, produced, written and directed by Ramona ...
07 Oct 2020, 01:10PM - 04:10PM
2020-21 Seminar: What is Photography? - Kaja Silverman, University of Pennsylvania, emerita
  Kaja Silverman is the Keith L. and Katherine Sachs Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of Penns...
19 Oct 2020, 08:00AM - 05:00PM
From the Archive to the Museum: Bridging a History PhD With Public History
Tracey Johnson, Doctoral Candidate in History (Rutgers)Monday, Oct. 19, 12pmZoom Link In this talk, Tracey Johnson,...
23 Oct 2020, 11:30AM - 01:30PM
Spatial Practices, Black Activism, and the City
A roundtable of the Urban Humanities Working Group After the police murder of George Floyd on May 25th, 2020, an unprec...
26 Oct 2020, 08:00AM - 05:00PM
Preservation’s Existential Crisis
Marisa Angell Brown, Ph.D. (John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities)Monday, Oct. 26, 12pmZoom Link In the ...
28 Oct 2020, 01:00PM - 02:30PM
'He Don't Like the Country & Cannot Consent to Go Out': Black Philadelphians and the Dismantling of Slavery, 1770-1780
Workshop with History PhD student and Slavery + Freedom Studies Co-convener Adam McNeil, "'He Don't Like the C...
18 Nov 2020, 01:10PM - 04:10PM
2020-21 Seminar: What is Photography? - Nicole Fleetwood, Rutgers University
07 Apr 2021, 01:10PM - 04:10PM
2020-21 Seminar: What is Photography?
21 Apr 2021, 01:10PM - 04:10PM
2020-21 Seminar: What is Photography?

2020-2021 Annual Seminar

 

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