Graduate Students Invited to Attend RAW: Research, Art, Writing Conference
The Graduate Student Association of the School of Arts and Humanities invites graduate students to attend the fourth annual symposium, “RAW: Research, Arts, Writing,” to be held on Saturday, March 24 from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. in the Jonsson building.
The RAW Conference provides a friendly forum for graduate students from UT Dallas and other institutions to present their research and take questions from the audience about their work.
The conference also provides an excellent opportunity for students to explore and discuss a broad range of scholarship growing out of interdisciplinary approaches in the humanities.
Several Arts and Technology and Emerging Media and Communication faculty will join colleagues in the School of Arts and Humanities as panel moderators.
Dr. Benjamin Alpers, Reach for Excellence Associate Professor in the Honors College and Associate Professor of History and Film and Video Studies at the University of Oklahoma, will deliver the conference keynote address on The Future of the Humanities.
This is the first year the RAW conference will feature a keynote speaker.
There is no charge to attend the conference.
A catered lunch may be purchased in advance for $10. Pay online and make your lunch reservation. Remember to bring your printed receipt with you on the day of the conference.
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