Making Our Future: Conversations with Emily Hilliard, Public Folklorist

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Book cover Making Our Future
March 27, 2023
10:00AM - 8:00PM
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Multiple Locations

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Add to Calendar 2023-03-27 10:00:00 2023-03-27 20:00:00 Making Our Future: Conversations with Emily Hilliard, Public Folklorist Public folklorist and author Emily Hilliard will be visiting OSU on March 27th to discuss her work in Appalachia. Hosted by the Folklore Student Association and EMIC Graduate Student Interest Group for Expressive Culture, the day features multiple events in multiple locations.  Events include: Making Our Future: A Book Talk with Emily Hilliard 10 - 11:30 am in Hagerty 198a Hilliard will discuss her new book, Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia. The event is free and open to the public. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask about contemporary folklore, Appalachian folklife and careers in public humanities. Student Lunch 12 - 1:30 pm in Hagerty 451 FSA and EMIC will be hosting a student lunch with Emily Hilliard. This will be a time for students interested in folklore and humanities work to talk to one another and with Hilliard. Please RSVP for the lunch by Tuesday, March 21st. Workshop: Public Folklore, Cultural Research, and Professionalization for Early Career Scholars   2 - 3:45 pm in Timashev N450 Emily Hilliard will lead a professionalization workshop for students to discuss folklore and other humanities careers within and outside of academia. She will discuss her own experience as the former State Folklorist for West Virginia and her work as co-founder of the feminist record label SPINSTER. Making Our Future: Book Reading with Emily Hilliard 6 pm in Prologue Bookshop, 841 N High St, Columbus, OH 43215 Emily Hilliard will read selections from her new book, Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia. Discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Daisy Ahlstone, an OSU PhD student and public folklorist. Audience members will have the opportunity to chat with Hilliard about the book, Appalachian folklore and her writing process. The event is free and open to the public.   The Humanities Institute and its related centers host a wide range of events, from intense discussions of works in progress to cutting-edge presentations from world-known scholars, artists, and activists, and everything in between. In our current moment of riding the unpredictable currents of the pandemic, we reaffirm the value of in-person engagement. We strive to amplify the energy in the room. But we also recognize the need to be careful and the fact that not all our guests will be able to visit our space. We, therefore, will continue to offer Zoom access to all our events upon request. If you wish to have such access, please send your request to ahlstone.1@osu.edu. Multiple Locations Center for Folklore Studies cfs@osu.edu America/New_York public
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Public folklorist and author Emily Hilliard will be visiting OSU on March 27th to discuss her work in Appalachia. Hosted by the Folklore Student Association and EMIC Graduate Student Interest Group for Expressive Culture, the day features multiple events in multiple locations. 

Events include:

Making Our Future: A Book Talk with Emily Hilliard

10 - 11:30 am in Hagerty 198a

Hilliard will discuss her new book, Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia. The event is free and open to the public. Audience members will have the opportunity to ask about contemporary folklore, Appalachian folklife and careers in public humanities.

Student Lunch

12 - 1:30 pm in Hagerty 451

FSA and EMIC will be hosting a student lunch with Emily Hilliard. This will be a time for students interested in folklore and humanities work to talk to one another and with Hilliard. Please RSVP for the lunch by Tuesday, March 21st.

Workshop: Public Folklore, Cultural Research, and Professionalization for Early Career Scholars  

2 - 3:45 pm in Timashev N450

Emily Hilliard will lead a professionalization workshop for students to discuss folklore and other humanities careers within and outside of academia. She will discuss her own experience as the former State Folklorist for West Virginia and her work as co-founder of the feminist record label SPINSTER.

Making Our Future: Book Reading with Emily Hilliard

6 pm in Prologue Bookshop, 841 N High St, Columbus, OH 43215

Emily Hilliard will read selections from her new book, Making Our Future: Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia. Discussion and Q&A will be moderated by Daisy Ahlstone, an OSU PhD student and public folklorist. Audience members will have the opportunity to chat with Hilliard about the book, Appalachian folklore and her writing process. The event is free and open to the public.

 

The Humanities Institute and its related centers host a wide range of events, from intense discussions of works in progress to cutting-edge presentations from world-known scholars, artists, and activists, and everything in between. In our current moment of riding the unpredictable currents of the pandemic, we reaffirm the value of in-person engagement. We strive to amplify the energy in the room. But we also recognize the need to be careful and the fact that not all our guests will be able to visit our space. We, therefore, will continue to offer Zoom access to all our events upon request. If you wish to have such access, please send your request to ahlstone.1@osu.edu.