This lecture series offers an interdisciplinary conversation about the world we make and what it means.

We bring leading humanities scholars to LTU’s campus, where they help us interpret, imagine, or understand the past, present, and future of our technologies.

Each event is free, open to the public, and designed to create dialogue between students, faculty, technologists, artists, business leaders and community members. 



Human Tech

Next Lecture

Race, Technology, and the City: A Humanity + Technology Symposium

Lawrence Technological University
May 15, 2021
Zoom: https://ltu.zoom.us/j/97141581147

Uniting community organizers, activists, and academics, this special Humanity + Technology event will investigate the intersections of identity, infrastructure, and the urban imagination.

Speakers:
Jennifer Rhee, Virginia Commonwealth University
Orlando Bailey, Bridge Detroit
Janice Gates, Detroit Community Technology Project
Michael Stone Richards, College of Creative Studies
 
The Humanity + Technology lecture series offers a public conversation about the world we make and what it means, and is made possible through the financial support of the Michigan Humanities Council.