On Wednesdsay 2 September 2015, the Centre for Humanities Research at the University of the Western Cape will launch its Flagship on Critical Thought in African Humanities.
May 2015 – CHCI member institution the Humanities Project at the University of Rochester, has now become the newly-formed Humanities Center.
May 2015 – The Jane and Harry Willson Center for Humanities and Arts at the University of Georgia was profiled as a national model for fostering successful humanities communities by the National Humanities Alliance Foundation.
The Centre for the Humanities (CfH) at Utrecht University has maintained a full and exciting schedule in its role as one of the partners in CHCI’s Mellon-funded collaboration Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging. Project leader Tobijn de Graauw offered the following updates.
Sally Kitch, Director of the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University in Tempe, recently offered the following update on her part of CHCI’s Mellon-funded Humanities for the Environment collaboration. Together with her co-Principal Investigator Joni Adamson, she leads the West Cluster activities of the North American Observatory. (For an overview of the project’s structure and aims, click here.)
The Portland State University group of CHCI’s Mellon-funded Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging collaboration is based at the Portland Center for Public Humanities (PCPH) headed by Michael Clark. Project leader John Vignaux Smyth sent this update in April 2014.
The RelSec international forum online (relsec.arizona.edu) is designed as an open forum for the exchange of ideas among members of the Mellon-funded Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging project, the CHCI membership, and those in the general academic body who wishes to participate.
Among the most visible voices in the online discussions so far has been Ernst van den Hemel of Utrecht University, posting original scholarship and stimulating discussion.
“Toward a Just and Sustainable Future” is the theme of the West Cluster of the Humanities for the Environment (HfE) project, one of the collaborative projects incubated by CHCI member organizations and funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The West Cluster, which is one of three U.S.
The Humanities for the Environment (HfE) Australia-Pacific Observatory is pleased to report the following recent events, all of which have been filmed and can be seen in greater detail on our website which has just implemented its third phase:
The following material has now gone live from our Anthropocence Conference