On September 5 & 6, the Humanities Institute and Pro Humanitate Institute will co-host a “Teach-In,” in which faculty members will select texts, some from the Charlottesville Syllabus, and lead small group discussions. These discussions are open to students, faculty, and staff at Wake Forest. Each Teach-In will have a separate common reading chosen by the faculty lead. Each session will be capped at 15 people with more added if needed. After registering, please review the shared text(s) for your group in this Google folder, using your WFU login credentials. We hope that you will also join us for a panel discussion on race, politics, and the South moderated by Dr. Melissa Harris-Perry, founding director of the Anna Julia Cooper Center. The panel entitled “The Case of Charlottesville: Why Charlottesville Happened and What it Means for Us” will tale place inside Wait Chapel at Wake Forest University Thursday September 7 at 6 p.m. Admission is free. Following the panel, we will offer student-facilitated small group discussions from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Please CLICK HERE for details concerning each individual session and registration.
Remember after registering to check the Google folder for Teach-In readings (using your Wake Forest Login).
The panel discussion: The Case of Charlottesville: Why Charlottesville Happened and What it Means for Us in Wait Chapel at Wake Forest University Thursday September 7 at 6 p.m. Admission is free.