Streaming and Recordings

From June 20-24 2023, the Interdisciplinary Center for the Studies of Philosophy, Arts, and Humanities (University of Chile) will host the next CHCI Annual Meeting.

The following sessions will be available streaming for free. All events are listed in Chile Standard Time (CLT). After the conference, we will make recordings available for the vast majority of all sessions.

Questions and comments: Aaron Fai, CHCI Membership and Diversity Officer,

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Tuesday, June 20 | Wednesday, June 21 | Thursday, June 22 | Friday, June 23

Tuesday, June 20

Wednesday, June 21

  • 9:00am - 11:00am | Membership Plenary (ZOOM LINK TO COME)

    • 9:00am - 9:45am | Directors Meeting | A member-led discussion on leading a humanities center or institute
    • 9:45am - 10:00am | A State of the Consortium | A brief report from CHCI staff
  • 2:00am - 2:45pm | Latin American Regional Session (ZOOM LINK TO COME) | an opportunity for all invested in the humanities in Latin America to meet one another and form connections

  • 3:00pm - 4:30pm | Critical Humanities Spaces Network—Repair: Temporalities and Spaces of Undoing, Katharine Wallerstein, UC Davis (ZOOM LINK TO COME) | This member-led network provides a platform for critical reflection on the work of institutes, centers, and other venues for humanities and cross-disciplinary work.

    • Repair: Temporalities and Spaces of Undoing builds from the assertion that repairing is neither replacing nor recreating, nor is repair reparation. The particularities of the historical commotions of the 21st century and the legacies of those past demand that we privilege the minor and the un-common as there from which any new can emerge. How to nurture spaces that refuse a sense of the common marked by inertia or myopia, that foreground the minor as method without fetishising nor entrenching it as subject position, and that engage with the historical legacies of violence and partition (caste, forced dislocation, the aftermaths of slavery) that persist in the present—these are some of the key challenges of the humanities today. In this framing, how might we think of the work of humanities centres and institutes, and the work holding such spaces, as venues for repair? We invite anyone engaged in the work of directing, administering, facilitating, imagining, and creating humanities spaces to join us in this conversation about nurturing spaces for doing the work of repair and human flourishing; indeed, for doing the work of imagining new futures.

Thursday, June 22

  • 9:00am - 11:00am | Best Practices for Humanities Centers (ZOOM LINK TO COME)

Friday, June 23

  • 3:00pm - 4:30pm | Health and Medical Humanities Network (ZOOM LINK TO COME) | This member-led network is the largest organization in the field, forging new interdisciplinary networks and collaborations between campus, clinic, and community.