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A Roundtable Conversation

In this event three members of the Bard Graduate Center community will share how form, medium, and design are used to invite different modes of public learning. Deborah Krohn (associate professor, chair, and curator of the exhibition Staging the Table in Europe 1500–1800), Jesse Merandy (director of Digital Humanities/Digital Exhibitions), and Andrew Kircher (director of Public Humanities + Research) will each share their curatorial approach to public humanities, and then engage in a conversation with the audience.

Thursday, April 20, 6 pm
38 West 86th Street, Lecture Hall

This event is open to the BGC community and invited guests from the North Eastern Public Humanities Consortium, a group dedicated to fostering public projects animated by humanistic inquiry in support of art, culture, history, and education for a more democratic society.

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