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Spring 2017 Humanities Center Event Calendar

Humanities Center Newsletter | Thursday, January 19, 2017

Humanities Center Newsletter | Tuesday, January 10, 2017

New "Being Human" Podcast Episode: Dan Kubis Interview with Michael Chabon

Humanities Center Newsletter | Thursday, January 5, 2017

Humanities Center Newsletter | Tuesday, December 20, 2016

What Does It Mean to Be Curious?--Fall Discussion Series Now Available

Humanities Center fall 2016 Events Calendar

HC Early Career Fellow is Guest Writer in Popular Blog

Accepting Applications: Humanities Media Fellowship

The Humanities Media Fellowship is a paid position that offers an opportunity for an undergraduate student at the University of Pittsburgh to plan, produce, and promote media projects that bring humanities-related projects to a broader audience. View »

Gabriel N. Rosenberg: 2016-2017 Early Career Fellow

Gabriel N. Rosenberg is assistant professor of Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies at Duke University. He received his Ph.D. in History from Brown University in 2011. His research investigates the intersections of gender, sexuality, food systems, and political economy in the contemporary world. View »

Pitt Announcing a new Humanities Center Fellowship program for Pitt Senior Faculty

The Humanities Center seeks to work more closely with outstanding colleagues to support their research and also to develop excellent, innovative programming that extends that research. Read More »

Being Human in a Digital World Event List

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What Does it Mean to Be Curious? - Conversation 1: Now on Video!

Race-ing the Museum: a workshop for Pitt graduate students and faculty - Application Deadline: Feb. 19

Race-ing the Museum: a one-week workshop for faculty and grad students May 9-13, with $2,000 stipend for each participant, facilitated by Kirk Savage and Shirin Fozi (HAA). How have museums, as collections and as institutions, created, supported, or challenged constructions of race and racial identity? How are museums and their objects implicated in the history of slavery, indigenous peoples, and race relations? How have museums represented and interpreted these issues and what might they do differently? These are some of the questions this workshop will confront, as we work cooperatively with local museums and their staffs. Participants will go behind the scenes to interact with museum professionals in Pittsburgh and discuss their work and challenges. View »

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