Media from Glasscock Center events and activities
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference"
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference: Keynote Lecture, Nancy Tuana"
March 31, 2022
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference: Panel 1: Indigenous & Decolonial Approaches to Planetary Health"
April 1, 2022
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference: Panel 2: Pandemics, Ecology, & Wellbeing"
April 1, 2022
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference: Panel 3: Climate Change & Planetary Health"
April 1, 2022
"Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference: Roundtable Discussion"
"Global Health Humanities: Virtual Brown Bag Event"
April 21, 2022
“Who Owns the Stories of Our Lives?” A reading and reflection with creative writer Lise Saffran
April 25, 2022
"22nd Annual Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize Event"
"NEH Regional Grant-Writing Workshop (Virtual)"
January 28, 2022
Access slides from this presentation here.
*Clarification: Please note that, subsequent to the webinar presentation, the NEH would like to clarify that Texas A&M-College Station has HSI designation from the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities, which differs from the HSI status according to the Department of Education. Therefore, Texas A&M-College Station faculty are not eligible for the NEH's Awards for Faculty at Hispanic-Serving Institutions programs. Instead, Texas A&M-College Station faculty can apply to the NEH Fellowships program. Faculty from other Texas A&M campuses should check the status of their institutions.
"How Has the Pandemic Affected How You Think About Your Humanities Research?"
"Exploring People-Plant Relationships in the Arts and Philosophy"
"The Long-Term Impacts of Pandemics: Ongoing Disruptions to Society, Families, and the Economy"
New Episode of Voices from the Global Humanities Focuses on The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research (Texas A&M) and Gulf Communities of Texas
In this episode of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes's (CHCI) podcast, Craig Eley spoke with Emily Brady and Michelle Meyer of Texas A&M and Tim Tsai, the director of the 2019 documentary Seadrift, about the Coastal Communities and Justice program–a virtual event series that uses interdisciplinary humanities-based collaborations to study overlooked issues facing Texas’s Gulf Coast Communities.
"The Role of Humanities in a Time of Pandemic"
Humanities & Science Exchanges | "Human-Subject Interconnectivity: Wild Animals and Research Ethics"
Glasscock Book Chat: Cardoso & Ball
March 17, 2021
21st Glasscock Book Prize, "Learning from the Germans: Race and the Memory of Evil" | Susan Neiman
"Heroes and Villains: Moral Injury and Institutional Betrayal in the Era of COVID" | GHH
Coastal Communities: Insights from the Fukushima Coast | Dr. Leslie Mabon
Coastal Communities and Justice Roundtable
"The Stories of Nursing Educators and Trainees During COVID-19"
'Seadrift' film Discussion and Q&A
Glasscock Book Chat: "Legalizing Sex"
September 30, 2020