Explore the diverse genres, media, and politics of life storytelling.
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.
ENCOUNTERS ACROSS THE AMERICAS: ARCHIVES, TECHNOLOGIES, METHODS 1st Biennial Conference of IABA-Americas Chapter
At the University of Michigan June 4-7, 2015.
Crown Project Trailer
- U-M graduate students awarded fellowships for Humanities Without Walls pre-doctoral workshop February 6, 2015
- U-M faculty awarded “Global Midwest” project grants January 22, 2015
- Eleven Years by Jen Davis named in Slate's top 7 exhibitions of 2014 January 5, 2015
- The Crown: Contemporary Construction of Self in America
Installation & Video 03/12/2015 - 05/01/2015; 9:00AM - 5:00PM
- "Booger Hollar, NC: Life Writing and the Search for Queer Roots"
Speaker: Jarrod Hayes, University of Michigan
- Sharon Greytak Film Screening: Archaeology of a Woman