On December 1-4, 2022, CHRA inaugurated a “networkshop” that brought together 15 colleagues from Birkbeck, Simon’s Rock, AUBg, AQB, UConn, ASU, and Bard Annandale to discuss and debate a set of texts proposed as exemplary scholarly resources in the field of human rights and the arts. The participants proposed texts that span across art history, anthropology, law, literature and works by specific artists.
The workshop turned into a breeding ground of spontaneous proposals for network courses, further workshops, and research and teaching collaborations.
Lead support for this program is provided by the OSUN Center for Human Rights and the Arts at Bard College. The OSUN Human Rights & the Arts Reading “Networkshop” is organized by Thomas Keenan (Director of the Human Rights Program) and Michelle Song (CHRA Program Manager).
All photographs and illustrations by Anastasia Dzutstsati (MA in Human Rights & the Arts Class of 2024)