In the videos below, Sawyer Seminar participants from the Humanities and Social Sciences describe their intellectual interests and discuss the value of the WSIP project. The interviews were conducted by Professor Laura Doyle and Professor Mwangi wa Gῖthῖnji after the 2015-2016 Sawyer Seminar.
Scholars’ Larger Intellectual Projects
Sawyer scholars name the compelling political and historical concerns of their larger intellectual projects.
Sawyer scholars offer definitions of what it means to be interdisciplinary.
Intersections with WSIP
Sawyer scholars discuss how their projects overlap with and differ from each other, as well as how these projects contribute to the larger objectives of WSIP.
Seminar as Method
Sawyer scholars reflect on the importance of dialogue for interdisciplinary, decolonial, and long-historical research.