All This Rising: The Humanities in the Next Ten Years

Adom Getachew

This series features ideas and methods that will mark new paths for the humanities in the next decade. Visitors consider the motives and conventions of their work in progress, how it converses with its discipline, and what it portends for the humanities.

Pictured: Adom Getachew, 2022


Clare A. Lees, School of Advanced Study, University of London
"The Humanities in Practice"

May 14, 2024

David Sterling Brown, Trinity College
"Negotiating Whiteness: Shakespeare Studies, Digital Humanities, and Popular Culture"

March 6, 2024

Jo Fox, School of Advanced Study, University of London
"Humanities Futures,"

November 1, 2023


Adom Getachew, Political Science, University of Chicago
"The Universal Race: Garveyism and the Practices of Pan-Africanism," 

June 2, 2022

Kate Manne, Philosophy, Cornell University
"What Is Gaslighting?," 

September 23, 2021


Ricardo Padrón, Spanish, University of Virginia
"The Phenomenology of Distance in Early Modern Hispanic Geopolitics," 

February 24, 2021

Dan-el Padilla Peralta, Classics, Princeton University
"Darkness Visible: The Haunted House of Classics," 

November 2, 2020