In this programming series, held througout the fall and spring of 2006-07, CEAH examined how we turn the spaces in which we spend our lives into places where we can truly live our lives. Scholars living in different places and representing many different fields traveled to ISU to explore complex issues about how people engage with place and how places engage people. In addition to arts and humanities disciplines, this conversation was enriched by participation from the fields of agriculture, community and regional planning, journalism, mathematics, natural resource ecology and management, psychiatry, sociology, and statistics.

Cosponsors for this program included the Bioethics Program and the Committee on Lectures (funded by GSB).


September 14, 2006, 7:30pm, Memorial Union Sun Room
**Lecture: Place Work, Piece Work, Public Work: Reorganizing the Humanities**
Julie Ellison, University of Michigan

October 4, 2006, 8:00pm, Memorial Union Sun Room
**Lecture: Space, Time, and Storytelling in the Making of an American Place**
William Cronon, University of Wisconsin at Madison

October 25, 2006, 7:00pm, Memorial Union Great Hall
**CEAH Distinguished Scholar Lecture: Spirit and Food**
Mary Swander, Iowa State University

November 7, 2006, 8:00pm, Memorial Union Great Hall
**Lecture: How Tearing Up City Neighborhoods Hurts America**
Mindy Thompson-Fullilove, Columbia University

January 30, 2007, 8am-6pm, Memorial Union Pioneer Room
**Symposium: Mapping Territories: Dialogues on Places, Peoples, and Spatial Practices**

February 22, 2007, 7:30pm, Memorial Union Pioneer Room
**Lecture: Racing in Place: A Reading**
Michael Martone, University of Alabama

March 29, 2007, 7:30pm, Memorial Union Sun Room
**Lecture: Urban Operations**
Christine Boyer, Princeton University