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In addition to providing faculty and graduate students intellectual space to conduct original research, the Institute for the Humanities offers a wide range of public events. Major categories of programs appear below. Specific events can also be found by looking at our event calendar.

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Sep 24 2024

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series, Emmanuel Ortega, Art History, "The Domesticating Mission: Franciscan Anxiety as the Distortion of Native Resistance"

Tuesday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Oct 9 2024

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Jaira J. Harrington, Black Studies, "Inscribed and Erased: Domestic Workers’ Rights in Brazil"

Wednesday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Nov 7 2024

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Lynn Hudson, History, "Troubled Waters: Segregated Swimming in American Cities, 1914-1954"

Thursday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Jan 23 2025

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Young Richard Kim, Classics and Mediterranean Studies and History, "Cyprus and the Historiography of Late Antiquity"

Thursday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Jan 23 2025

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Young Richard Kim, Classics and Mediterranean Studies and History, "Cyprus and the Historiography of Late Antiquity"

Thursday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Feb 19 2025

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Sultan Tepe, Political Science, "Regulating Morality: State and Censorship in Authoritarian Regimes"

Wednesday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building
Apr 10 2025

Faculty Fellow Lecture Series: Kareem Rabie, Anthropology "Everywhere in the World there is a Chinatown, in China there is a Khaliltown"

Thursday, 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
Institute for the Humanities, 153 Behavioral Sciences Building