HUMANS AND NON-HUMANS IN THE MAKING OF GLOBAL PUBLICS
A Global Engagement Faculty Research Seminar Series organized by the Culture and Politics Program of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University.
“Worldly Compositions” is an innovative platform for research exchanges that explore qualitative research methodologies in a transnational context, beyond humanistic inquiry focused solely on human agents or state actors. The seminar series focuses on three key areas—MEDIA, MUSEUMS, and MATTER—where scholars are contributing to new practices and understandings of global public cultures and political structures that involve humans and nonhumans, from paintings to drones, satellites to nuclear waste.
This seminar series is generously supported by a Georgetown University Global Engagement Faculty Grant, and co-sponsored by the Mortara Center for International Studies.