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Humanities Research Center supports Pocahontas Reframed Film Festival and launches Karenne Wood writer/artist residency

With a rich menu of more than 20 films, The Pocahontas Film Festival showcased the work of nationally-acclaimed Indigenous filmmakers from the United States and Canada, as well work by emerging local artists.

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Humanities Research Center launches Native writer/artist residency program

The program honors the legacy of Karenne Wood, a member of the Monacan Indian tribe and a poet, activist, tribal historian and educator who lectured at VCU on many occasions.

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Supporting humanities research and collaboration among scholars

VCU’s Humanities Research Center brings together faculty and graduate students with common research interests.

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Event Videos

Jason Callahan, Benjamin Campbell, Sheryl Garland, Meera Pahuja and Melanie Rouse

Fundamentals of Race and Racism

A panel discussion moderated by Jason Callahan, MDiv, MS, BCC

Heather Lennon and Joshua Hahn

Ryan Smith

Meet VCU Authors: Ryan Smith, Ph.D

"Death and Rebirth in a Southern City: Richmond's Historic Cemeteries"

aspen brinton

Meet VCU's Authors: Aspen Brinton, Ph.D.

"Confronting Totalitarian Minds: Jan Potočka on Politics and Dissidence"

kathleen graber

catherine cahill

Recasting the Vote: How Women of Color Transformed the Suffrage Movement

Catherine Cahill, Ph.D.
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carl suddler

Presumed Criminal: Black Youth and the Justice System in Postwar New York

Carl Suddler, Ph.D., and Michael Dickinson, Ph.D.

carolyn eastman

Meet VCU's Authors: Carolyn Eastman, Ph.D.

"The Strange Genius of Mr. O"

Elizabeth Pryor

Philip Francis

When Art Disrupts Religion

Philip Francis, Ph.D.

Rebecca Goetz

Michael Guasco

Aren Aizura

Fariba Enteshari

Clare Sears

Bob Woodward

Suad Abdul Khabeer

Frankenstein

Frankenstein Dissected

Susan Lederer, Ph.D., Ed Finn, Ph.D., and Catherine Ingrassia, Ph.D.

Podcasts

Myrl Beam

Myrl Beam, Ph.D.

A discussion of his new book "Gay Inc.: The Nonprofitization of Queer Politics"

David Coogan

David Coogan, Ph.D.

A discussion of his book "Writing Our Way Out: Memoirs from Jail"

madison moore

madison moore, Ph.D.

A discussion of his book "Fabulous: The Rise of the Beautiful Eccentric"

Matteo Pangallo

Matteo Pangallo, Ph.D.

A discussion of his book "Playwriting Playgoers in Shakespeare’s Theater"

Vivian Dzokoto

Vivian Dzokoto, Ph.D.

A discussion of her research in rural Ghana during the summer of 2017, interviewing traditional priests at the shrines of African deities about their roles as diviners, problem-solvers and health care providers in their local communities