Kris Manjapra Graduate Workshop
- Edgbaston Campus, Murray Learning Centre
- Tuesday 28 June 2022 (09:00-15:30)
Kris Manjapra's visit in 2022 is supported by the Leverhulme Trust.
Postgraduate students across the Humanities are invited to present and receive workshopped feedback in a session led by Kris Manjapra and Shirley Ye. Participants in the workshop should have participated in at least one of the previous four seminars. Students who apply and are selected will give a short presentation (e.g. 10 mins) on their research question.
- Workshop 9:00-12:00
- Lunch 12:00-13:30
- Workshop 13:30-15:30
Kris Manjapra, Professor of History at Tufts University (Boston, USA) works at the intersection of comparative global history and the critical study of race and colonialism. He aims to break down disciplinary boundaries and explode the walls separating the university from larger and more diverse communities. He is the founder of a site-based nonprofit, Black History in Action, dedicated to the restoration and reactivation of a Black cultural heritage center in Cambridge, MA. Kris also co-organizes a free online community certificate course, entitled Black Futures Matter, serving people’s assemblies across the US and the Caribbean.