Our Summer Seminar will be held April 27 - May 1, 2020 (11:00 AM - 1:00 PM daily in 602 CL). Email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Public Humanities Fellows 2019
Explore Shelby Brewster's experience this past summer as a Public Humanities Fellow.
The Humanities Center fosters advanced research in the humanities, both by Pitt faculty and by leading scholars from around the world. It cultivates interdisciplinary and collaborative study, programming, and teaching.
January 27: Lecture: "Institutional Colors in my Neighborhood: The Challenge of Graffiti Art" at 6:00 PM at Community of Christ in Beechview (Gloria Talamantes)
January 29: Lecture: "Reckoning and Judgement: The Promise of Al" at 4:00 PM on 602 CL (Visiting Fellow Brian Cantwell Smith)
January 30: Colloquium: "Effing the Ineffable: What Deep Learning Teaches Us About Saying What Cannot Be Said" from 12:30-2:00 PM in 602 CL (Visiting Fellow Brian Cantwell Smith)
January 30: Talk: "Pulling Curiosity Off the Shelf: The Library as a Platform for Inquiry" at 4:00 PM in the University Art Gallery (Megan Prelinger)