The Trinity Social Justice Initiative (TSJI) curates conversations in the public humanities. Through public lectures and conversations, a monthly webinar series, research clusters, conferences, and the creation of digital archives, we seek to contribute to public and scholarly debates about struggles for social justice in the United States and the world. We work in partnership with Prof. Davarian Baldwin’s Smart Cities Lab and alongside other groups on campus.
2021-2022 Annual Report
The Trinity Social Justice Initiative curates public conversations with a range of organizers, artists, scholars, and public intellectuals.
Conjuncture is a monthly web series and podcast curated and co-hosted by Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton and produced for the Trinity Social Justice Initiative. It features interviews with activists, artists, scholars, and public intellectuals.
The Trinity Social Justice Initiative engages research communities around the following topics:
- Entangled Histories
- Education for Liberation
- Public Archives and Oral History
- Student-led Research Cluster
“Education Must Be Defended”
A one-day conference at Trinity in Spring 2023, organized with the Smart Cities Lab and the Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice at Brown University.