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Deadline: Seed Grant Application

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

IHR Seed Grants are awarded at individual and team levels to ASU faculty or staff in the humanities (though external scholars are always welcome to participate as consultants).
Deadline: VHI Grant Application

Monday, April 1, 2019

VHI grants encourage and support collaborations between ASU humanities researchers and other faculty, artists, or community leaders from outside of the Phoenix area.

Coffee and Conversation with Distinguished Lecturer Harry Boyte

Mar 19 2019 - 9:30am
Faculty, students and community members are invited to join the Institute for Humanities Research for coffee and conversation with 2019 Distinguished Lecturer Harry Boyte before his March 20 lecture, "Public Universities, Democracy, and the...
IHR Distinguished Lecturer: Harry Boyte

Mar 20 2019 - 4:30pm
"Public Universities, Democracy and the Citizen Professional" A major university and community event, the Institute for Humanities Research's Annual Distinguished Lecturer program brings to campus a prominent humanities scholar whose...
A Pedagogy of Risk: Project-Based Learning, the Humanities, and Material Practices

Mar 21 2019 - 12:00pm
Designing and fabricating material objects has long been a part of design and engineering education but has never played a large part in traditional humanities courses. Leading to profound and enduring insights for the students, project-based...
Mindfulness and Mercy Reconsidered through Shakespeare

Mar 21 2019 - 4:00pm
Faculty, students and community members are invited to join the ASU Institute for Humanities Research in the next segment of our Health Humanities Initiative lecture series. Using themes from William Shakespeare’s "The Merchant of Venice"...
Donna Zuckerberg Reading Group: Not All Dead White Men

Apr 2 2019 - 2:00pm
Please join the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and the Institute for Humanities Research for an afternoon reading group in preparation for Donna Zuckerberg's visit. We will be reading and discussing Donna Zuckerberg's...
'Protect Yourself,' the Ideas of Worth in Colonial Bombay

Apr 4 2019 - 4:00pm
In the 19th and early 20th century, the message to native communities in Bombay was largely, "protect yourselves." In contrast, the colonial government asumed to role of protector for the European community. The ASU Institute for...
Spatializing Experience

Apr 11 2019 - 6:30pm
Urban spaces contain many overlapping layers of lived experience that define the city: personal memories, collective histories, cultural significance, generational traumas and community celebrations. We most often experience urban space individually...
Donna Zuckerberg: 'The Classics Between White Supremacy and White Fragility'

Apr 11 2019 - 7:00pm
In recent years, far-right online communities have increasingly been mobilizing symbols, texts, and figures from classical antiquity as shorthand for racist and sexist ideologies; the literature and history of the ancient Mediterranean has been...
Latinx Walking Tour

Apr 12 2019 - 8:30am
The ASU Latinx Walking Tour, led by Christine Marin, will explore the hidden histories of Mexican-American Latinx communities at the ASU Tempe campus. The 1.5-hour walk will convene at the Southwest Pieta sculpture at the Nelson Fine Arts Plaza and...
2019 Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium

Apr 23 2019 - 12:00pm
ASU is hosting its inaugural Humanities and Social Sciences Undergraduate Research Poster Symposium. Here is your chance to showcase your original research conducted at ASU as an undergraduate. Have your hard work displayed at this symposium and see...