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Updates at the New Performing Humanity

Screen Shot 2012-06-07 at 6.42.09 PMHaven’t had a chance to swing by Performing Humanity’s new location? Here’s a peek into what we’ve been up to:

History Carnival 141: A New Year in History (January 2015)

Staging Animal Bodies (December 2014)

Animal Studies, Blockbuster Edition II: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (November 2014)

Animal Studies, Blockbuster Edition I: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (October 2014)


Accepting Nominations!

Performing Humanity will be the proud host to  History Carnival HC 122 on June 1, 2013. To nominate a blog for this issue, please visit our form at:  http://historycarnival.org/form.html

 

We look forward to sharing this month’s trends and stories with you, and to providing new content for your reading pleasure this summer.  Details to follow!Screen Shot 2013-05-12 at 10.55.11 AM


Party Animals, Hibernating People

Performing Humanity will be taking a content-hiatus this week in honor of Ball State’s fall break.  We fully encourage you to peruse the archives, leave comments, and consider sending in submissions.  Once the break ends, we will pick back up with regular content!


CFP-ACMRS Conference: Beasts, Humans and Transhumans in the Middle Ages and Renaissance – Renaissance Society of America

 

Students, Colleagues, Researchers: A fantastic opportunity to share your animal-human research with the scholarly community!  Please see the CFP link below:

CFP-ACMRS Conference: Beasts, Humans and Transhumans in the Middle Ages and Renaissance – Renaissance Society of America.

 


“Performing Humanity” featured at Ball State

On the week of June 4, the Ball State University English Department will be featuring Performing Humanity on its blog page.  In the article, Dr. Miranda Nesler discusses the origins of the project, its future, and the pedagogical benefits of creating blog projects in a Renaissance-centered classroom.

For more, check out http://bsuenglish.wordpress.com/


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