Artists, Scholars, & Innovators Lecture Series The Artists, Scholars, & Innovators Lecture Series, hosted by the Center for Teaching and Learning, is presented by award-winning faculty with artistic, scholarly, or innovative achievements. Please see below for information about upcoming presentations. Fall 2022 Lecture One Presented by Dr. Zelideth Rivas, Professor in the Department of Modern Languages and recipient of the 2021-2022 Hedrick Outstanding Faculty Award. Thursday, October 27, 2022 | 4-5 pm |Drinko Library 402 Lecture Title: Displaced Evidence: Interdisciplinary Archival Research and Oral History across Languages and Cultures Abstract: The archive has long been a place to find evidence for those in the humanities. We immerse ourselves in the public, written word, losing ourselves to studies of narrative, characterization, language, and more. And yet, we rarely stop to consider why the archive is the way it is. Who is included in the archive? Or, better yet, who is excluded from the archive? Through an examination of method, this presentation will examine how we pursue research projects with incomplete archives. Lecture Two Presented by Ian Hagarty, Professor in the School of Art & Design, and Daniel Kaufmann, Associate Professor in the School of Art & Design, recipients of the 2021-2022 MU Distinguished Artists & Scholars Team Award. Thursday, November 10, 2022 | 4-5 pm | Drinko Library 349 Title and abstract coming soon! Questions? Email email@example.com.