Each Public Humanities Graduate Fellow will make a public presentation, followed by a Q&A panel with other Public Humanities Fellows, about their training, work, and identity as a public humanist. This event enables Fellows to reflect upon the ways in which their study and practice of the public humanities has impacted their academic research and teaching, and, conversely, how their training as scholars and teachers has served their publicly engaged work (specifically during their internships or their design and execution of community projects). The event will be open to other Public Humanities Graduate Fellows, UCSB faculty, students, and staff, and community partners.

SPRING 2021 CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS

Amanda Brush (Political Science), Kirsten Jaqua (Classics), and Christopher MacMahon (History)

WINTER 2021 CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS

David McIntosh (History), Emma John (History), and Alesha Claveria (Theater and Dance)

FALL 2020 CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS

Mika Thornburg (History), Jungah Son (Madia Arts and Technology), Dana Hughes (History), and Olga Faccani (Classics)