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Humanities NY Graduate Public Humanities Fellows Presentations

300 Tolley Humanities Building

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"Precious Earth: Stories of Mining and Political Change in the Adirondack Mountains”
Jesse Quinn (Ph.D. candidate in Geography)
Quinn’s research focuses on the politics of geography and local resources.

“The Project of Resettlement: Community Activism & Conceptions of Citizenship”
Kishauna Soljour (P.h.D. candidate in History)
Soljour’s project chronicles the migration of Somali-Bantu refugees to Syracuse.

Two Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowships are jointly supported each year by the Humanities Center and the Central New York Humanities Corridor in partnership with Humanities New York.

Light breakfast, presentations, Q&A.

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