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The Faculty Works-in-Progress Series is sponsored by the Dean of the College of Social Sciences and Humanities and the Northeastern Humanities Center. Faculty from all colleges have the opportunity to share their current research with colleagues and benefit from questions and discussions. If you are interested in giving a Works-In-Progress presentation, please contact: Ángel David Nieves, Director of the Humanities Center (a.nieves@northeastern.edu). Registration is required for both in-person and virtual attendees.

Fall 2022

September 19, 2022, 1PM- 2PM | Pursuing Community-Led, Science-Driven Climate Resilience and Wellbeing: A New Frontier for the Boston Area Research Initiative | Co-Sponsors for September session of Faculty Works-in-Progress: Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research; Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI)

October 3, 2022, 12PM- 1PM | Video Data Analysis of Body-Worn Camera Footage: A Practical Methodology in Support of Police Reform

October 17, 2022, 12PM- 1PM | Soy Porque Somos: Pan-African Feminist Influences in Francia Marquez’s Vice Presidency

October 31, 2022, 12PM- 1PM | A Platform for the Community Archivist

November 14, 2022, 12PM- 1PM | Beyond Home Movies: Japanese Americans, Amateur Filmmaking, and Camera Clubs in the 1930s

Previous Faculty Works-in-Progress

Artificial Intelligence as Social Power

Revolutionizing the City: Black Youth and the Fight for Civil Rights in Boston

Concluding Thoughts: Popular Economies and Pandemic Fraud in Indonesia

The Politics of Collecting: Property & Race in Aesthetic Formation

Democratic Resilience: What Today’s Backsliding Democracies Can Learn from 1970s India

COLLABORATIVE COMPLEX SYSTEMS MODELING FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES: AN INTERACTIVE DEMONSTRATION

WATCH RECORDING HERE

DARK PASTORAL: NAZIS AT THE ROUND TABLE AT WEWELSBURG CASTLE

WATCH RECORDING HERE

THE PANDEMIC AND DIGITAL DATA COLLECTION

BALANCING LIBERTY AND PUBLIC HEALTH: CIVIL LIBERTIES IN A TIME OF PANDEMIC

WATCH RECORDING HERE

“DISRUPTION AND DISPLACEMENT” FELLOWSHIP

WATCH RECORDING HERE

PRIVACY LAW AS PERFORMANCE

WATCH RECORDING HERE

SPATIAL HISTORIES OF ANTI-APARTHEID ACTIVISM: THE SOWETO UPRISING AND CRITICAL DIGITAL PLATFORM MAKING

WATCH RECORDING HERE

“DISRUPTION AND DISPLACEMENT” FELLOWSHIP

WATCH RECORDING HERE

DISEASE, DIPLOMACY, AND SCIENCE IN THE COLD WAR: LESSONS FOR FUTURE PANDEMICS

WATCH RECORDING HERE