1st Humanities – Society – Identity Congress
1st International Humanities – Society – Identity Congress took place from December 7 to December 9, 2022.
Each day began with a plenary lecture followed by two general sessions devoted to the main themes of the Congress. Additionally, there were special networking sessions coordinated by Research Groups affiliated to the Faculty of Modern Languages, and offering an overview of new trends in cultural and linguistic research, in non-anthropocentric approaches, visual communication, manuscript studies, digital humanities, ethnography of communication, etc.
More information about the Congress can be found here.
Do not miss the recordings from the plenary lectures and debates (links in titles)!
- Homi K. Bhabha (Harvard University)
“Chimes of Freedom”: Race, Freedom and the Trials of our Times
- Jacqueline Bhabha (Harvard University)
Moving beyond “them” and “us” to a new “We”: The Challenge of Migrant Solidarity
- Marius Turda (Oxford Brookes University)
Nature, Nurture and the Paradoxes of Identity
- European University and Modern Humanities – the debate of 4eu+ members
Jadranka Gvozdanović (Heidelberg University)
Markéta Křížová (Charles University in Prague)
Malgorzata Smorag-Goldberg (Sorbonne University)
Elena Landone (University of Milan)
Anna Wojtyś (University of Warsaw)
Klementyna Kielak (University of Warsaw)
- Global Migration: The Challenges and Opportunities (debate in Polish)
Maciej Duszczyk (University of Warsaw)
Draginja Nadaźdin (Medicines sans Frontiers)
Monika Kostro (University of Warsaw)
- Trans Identities: Global Views and Local Contexts
Susan Stryker (University of Arizona)
Łukasz Szulc (University of Manchester)
Maryna Shevtsova (Political scientist, LGBT activist)
moderator: Sylwia Chutnik (writer, activist)