Panel Discussion on Public-facing Humanities Scholarship

Warner Hall 115

All are invited to this special grad student-focused panel of the British Women Writers conference. This discussion is designed for graduate students of all levels and fields who are curious about the myriad ways scholars present their expertise and research to public audiences. You’ll hear from practitioners who have made public-facing research and thinking part of their careers (both inside and outside the professoriate). They’ll share details of their own work and motivations, along with practical advice for how to approach and make time for public-facing work.


  • Roberto Armengol, Anthropologist and Producer of the podcast Democracy in Danger (UVA)
  • Nomi Dave, Associate Professor of Music and Co-Director of the Sound Justice Lab (UVA)
  • Jessica Swoboda, recent English PhD and Jefferson Fellow (UVA); Contributing Editor of The Point

Free and open to all UVA grad students; no registration necessary. 


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