Centering The Humanities Across The Globe
The Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes leverages the multiple perspectives of its membership on the state and future of the humanities to develop innovative models for international collaborative research and pedagogy.Learn More Member Directory
Global Humanities Institutes
CHCI Global Humanities Institutes are multiyear projects devoted to a research theme, method, practice, or problem in the humanities that would benefit directly from an international, collaborative approach to it. Beginning with pilot Institutes in 2018, CHCI will leverage the unique strengths of its expanded network to implement a model for collaboration that elaborates upon our first four international research projects.
Welcome to IDEAS
IDEAS is a new platform for CHCI, reflecting the current state of the Consortium. Sara Guyer explains how CHCI always has been devoted to ideas—new and old, familiar and strange—opening a rare space in which experimentation in institutional forms and forms of knowledge overlaps.
CHCI-Mellon Global Humanities Institutes: Call for Interested Centers and Institutes
In 2017, CHCI will select 1-2 pilot Institutes designed not only to cultivate collaborative research but also to establish the model for future projects and to generate transportable insights into the value of international collaboration in the humanities.
Call for Participation in the African Humanities Map
We seek to identify 8-10 organizations to participate in the first phase of the CHCI African Humanities Initiative: the African Humanities Map, an opportunity to better document and understand the institutional formations of the humanities in Africa.
UIC Institute for Humanities Announces New Director
Professor Mark Canuel will be the new Director of the UIC Institute for the Humanities. Professor Canuel is a member of the English Department with research interests focusing primarily on British Romanticism and Critical Theory.
The Critical Tasks of the University: June 22-24, 2017 in Bologna
This meeting will consider how the critical humanities might reflect anew on the public obligations of the university as well as the need to safeguard the university as a site for critical reflections on pressing issues of public concern.