The Institute announces Humanities Frontiers (Formerly known as Cutting Edge Issues in the Humanities), small workshops focused on current conversations and debates in the humanities. Discussions will explore cutting edge issues, theoretical problems, new research initiatives, or new methodologies.
The 2018-2019 academic year begins with the Humanities Frontiers (Formerly known as Cutting Edge in the Humanities) conference "Political Futures." This two day event takes place at Room 302 in Tower, Student Center East on October 12-13 and is organized by .
The UIC Institute for the Humanities sponsors a wide array of public interdisciplinary programs through which research in the humanities can become relevant and accessible to the urban public.
The Stanley Fish Lecture, which occurs every other year, is designed to acknowledge the achievements of Stanley Fish as Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at UIC (1999-2004).