RCR Forum: Public Humanities (GS714.08)
This workshop will help graduate students in the humanities and interpretive social sciences understand public scholarship. Students will learn how to recognize scholarly public humanities work, ways to effectively reference public scholarship, and ethical considerations when working with or for the public. Students will explore public humanities projects through hands-on activities and discuss and reflect on best practices. This workshop will be led by Liz Milewicz, Director of the ScholarWorks Center, and Arianne Hartsell-Gundy, Head of the Humanities and Social Sciences department at Duke University Libraries.
All are welcome to register; priority seating will be given to graduate students, particularly students in the humanities and social sciences. Please note that, in order to make the most of our time in the workshop, there will be some pre-work required.
The workshop, offered via Zoom, will include a mix of lecture and group activities, and is eligible for Graduate School RCR credit for GS714.
Professional Development, Professionalism and Scholarly Integrity, Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)