Institute for the Humanities
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We need to "aerate" our assumptions about what we teach and how we teach it, said Sidonie Smith. Smith called on humanists to collaborate more, to move from the intransitive "think" to the transitive "think with."
At the moment, I’m reading Webb Keane’s Ethical Life: Its Natural and Social Histories, which was mostly written during Keane’s 2013-14 stint at the institute.
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