Humanities Centers Consortium

The Humanities Centers Consortium is made up of the Center for Ethnic Studies, the Center for Folklore Studies, the Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, the Center for the Study of Religion, the Melton Center for Jewish Studies, and the Humanities Collaboratory.

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75
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Programs & Events a Year
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6
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Centers
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22
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Academic Programs
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Recent News

November 18, 2021

From Arts & Sciences College News: 

The Arts and Humanities Inaugural Lecture Series has been a source of pride for faculty promoted to the rank of professor, a source…

May 16, 2021
On May 12, 2021 we witnessed the birth of AWANA Red de Artistas y Gestores Interculturales Comunitarios – AWANA Network of Intercultural Community Artists and Cultural Administrators by way of a…
May 12, 2021

Congratulations to Katherine Borland, who has just won the Council of Graduate Students' James M. Siddens Award for Distinguished Faculty Advising!

The Siddens Award was created by CGS to…

May 7, 2021

The Humanities Institute is pleased to announce the award recipients for the centers' Spring 2021 award programs. Links with specific information about these awards can be found below. 

People Directory

Leslie Lockett
Associate Professor of English and Associate Director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Tori Dikeman
Graduate Teaching Associate, Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Program Director, Asian American Studies; Associate Professor, Department of English
Isaac Weiner
Principal Investigator, American Religious Sounds Project; Associate Director, Center for the Study of Religion