This conference will be the first meeting of the Mellon-funded conference cycle of the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs. The focus of this conference will be “The Critical Tasks of the University” and will evaluate the prevailing metrics of value that increasingly structure and restrict the university in various global locations and to understand how critical thought or more robust notions of “critique” can inform and enliven our contemporary reflections on valuable ways of knowing.
In April 2017, the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh is hosting a European Conference for the Humanities on behalf of the European Consortium of Humanities Institutes and Centres (ECHIC).
The Health and Humanities Exchange (HHEX) is an event that will spotlight health-related research and education initiatives at UNC-CH, Duke, Wake Forest, and other regional programs that draw upon the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
The nineteenth international conference of the Forum on Contemporary Theory will be held in collaboration with the Department of English, Doon University, Dehradun from the 18th to the 21st of December 2016 at Doon University. The theme of the Conference is: “Materialities:Objects, Matter, Things.”
Early bird registration for CHCI members only is open for the Health Humanities Summer Institute at King's College London, June 26-17. Click here for more information.
Click here for an update on the first CCKF-CHCI Summer Institute in Chinese Studies and Global Humanities.
The Institute for Signifying Scriptures (ISS) started a new phase as an independent organization in 2014, continuing its devotion to reach a broader public and cultivating and advancing an even more expansive and transgressive agenda.
Information is now available on the first CCKF-CHCI Summer Institute.
One of CHCI's newest members is the OU Humanities Forum. Read about the formation of the Forum and its theme for this academic year.
The Center for the Humanities (a CHCI member institution) and the College of Letters & Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been awarded a $2.5 million grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to design a new program for undergraduate students.