Embrace challenging topics.
Engage the undergraduate mind.
Energize the arts.
Investigate the latest on digital humanities.
Strengthen faculty and graduate student research.
The Institute for the Humanities is a center for innovative, collaborative study in the humanities and arts. Each year we provide fellowships for Michigan faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars who work on interdisciplinary projects. We also offer a wide array of public and scholarly events, including weekly talks, public lectures, conferences, art exhibits, and performances.
- Institute for the Humanities calls for proposals for new undergraduate student academic interest groups July 31, 2014
- Former fellow Uwem Akpan writes "Spain '82: My First World Cup" for The New Yorker blog July 9, 2014
- The New York Times quoted institute fellow Marc Clague about the history of “The Star-Spangled Banner” June 30, 2014
- Richard Buckner in Concert
Speaker: Richard Buckner
- Scott Lyons Lecture, "Migrations to Modernity: The Many Voices of George Copway's Running Sketches of Men and Places, in England, France, Germany, Belgium, and Scotland (1851)"
Speaker: Scott Lyons
- Author's Forum Presents
Fourth and Long: The Fight for the Soul of College Football, A Conversation with John U. Bacon and Tyran Steward Speaker: John U. Bacon & Tyran Steward 09/17/2014; 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM