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Moving Subjects: Migration, Mobility and Immobility Week

Moving Subjects: Migration, Mobility and Immobility Week is a week-long series of events that showcases the cutting-edge research and creative work of Ohio State’s arts and humanities faculty, students and community partners. The week highlights the power of creative practices and humanities methods to address critical local and global challenges.

Moving Subjects Week will begin on Monday, Oct. 14, with a celebration of Indigenous People's Day and continue throughout the week with music and dance performances, talks, book readings and a graduate and undergraduate forum. Moving Subjects Week will culminate with a community celebration for Day of the Dead on Saturday, Oct. 19. 

Becca Heller, founder and director of the International Refugee Assistance Project and MacArthur Genius Award recipient, will provide the keynote address on Thursday, Oct. 17, in the Blackwell Ballroom (4 p.m. reception, 4:30-6 p.m. talk and Q&A).

This event is organized by the Migration, Mobility and Immobility Project of the Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme. Please direct questions to Faculty Fellow, Theodora Dragostinova (.1) and check back for updates and specific schedule information. 

For an event schedule and other information, please visit the Migration, Mobility and Immobility Week webpage.