On December 1, Cathy N. Davidson gave the keynote lecture “Changing Higher Education from the Classroom Up” at the X International Seminar on “Revisiting the Fundamentals of Traditional Curricula, R/Evolution: what “R” Would… Read more »
Thursday, January 9: The Closing Session of the Chicago Humanities Summit.
Thursday, January 9: Cathy Davidson and Patrick Jagoda lead a workshop on the historical and future directions of the Digital Humanities at the Chicago Humanities Summit.
Thursday, January 9: Opening Session of the Chicago Humanities Summit at the Chicago Humanities Festival.
Cathy Davidson’s interview by Suzanne Jung and Steven Chia on AM Live! was aired on Thursday, September 12, 2013. The interview focuses on attention, attention blindness, multitasking, and learning in the digital age…. Read more »
Thursday, August 29, 2013 21st Century daVincis: How the Humanities and STEM Intersect Part 1 of an NEH Google Hangout series The National Endowment for the Humanities will host a Google Hangout On… Read more »
Cathy’s interview on The Agenda with Steve Paikin was aired on Thursday, August 29, 2013. What we pay attention to defines our culture, our world, and how we think. New technology is disrupting… Read more »
Cathy was interviewed for this PBS special, Is School Enough?, which aired on Tuesday, September 4, 2013.
Cathy was a speaker on Wednesday, September 4, 2013, for the Connected Learning Livestream, produced by the Digital Media & Learning Research Hub, supported by The MacArthur Foundation connectedlearningtv on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free
Cathy Davidson was interviewed by Ethan Solomon from Duke University. Read the degree of freedom introduction below and listen to the podcast here! Today’s interview is with Cathy Davidson, John Hope Franklin Institute Professor… Read more »