We are pleased to announce Paul M. Farber will be speaking at the Sixteenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities.
Paul M. Farber, PhD is the Managing Director of the Penn Program in the Environmental Humanities (PPEH) at the University of Pennsylvania. At PPEH, Farber is a core member of the Data Refuge team, a public engagement project aimed at building a storybank to document how data lives in the world – and how it connects people, places, and non-human species. He also teaches courses in Fine Arts and Urban Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. As a historian and curator, Farber is the Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Monument Lab, a public art and history initiative, and the author of numerous essays and catalogues on urban visual culture. His work has also previously appeared in the Guardian, Next City, Museums & Social Issues, Diplomatic History, Art & the Public Sphere, Vibe, and on National Public Radio (NPR).
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