Please join us for the 9th Annual Taft Research Symposium, featuring the work of our Center Fellows. Each fellow will present their work, followed by dialogue from a selected interlocutor, and Q&A. The keynote address will be give by Bill McKibben. For the symposium schedule, please click here.
The humanitiesNOW Taft Graduate Conference will be held March 4 - 6, at the Taft Research Center. This conference will feature the work of our 14 Dissertation Fellows from English & Comparative Literature, History, German Studies, Mathematical Sciences, Philosophy, Political Science, Romance Languages & Literatures, and Sociology. Our keynote speakers are Michael Lynch
Professor of Philosophy
Director of the Humanities Institute
University of Connecticut
Professor of English, Comparative Literature, and Jewish Studies
Director of the Center for the Humanities
University of Wisconsin-Madison.
For the complete conference schedule, click here.
Author and environmental activist Bill McKibben is the Keynote for 9th Annual Taft Research Symposium. Join us at TUC Cinema on March 12th, 4:30 PM, for an inspiring address.