Humanities students, professor present at conference

Author: SF State
October 20, 2021

Four Humanities graduate students presented their work during the annual conference of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies Oct. 15. Titled “Rethinking the Interdisciplinary Humanities Critical Theory Canon: Innovative Interdisciplinary Humanities Course Proposals by Graduate Students at San Francisco State University,” the panel discussion was organized and chaired by Humanities and Liberal Studies Professor Tanya Augsburg. The students are: Rene de Amaral, Ivan Iannoli, Kevin Lillich and Adam Tejada. Lillich and Tejada won scholarships to attend the conference and one-year student memberships to the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies. Watch the presentation on YouTube.