Event Video Archive

Adaptation, Resiliency and Care: A Series

In this broader time of uncertainty, this series seeks to provide conversations and resources to create a community of mutual support. It is through adaptation, resiliency and care that we must face our collective sense of precarity. Caring for the human experience we are collectively going through is of the utmost importance ⁠— and humanities practitioners can help.

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2020

Student Life in the Age of Coronavirus

Jul 28, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: Experiments with Mobile Augmented Reality in Humanities Research

Jul 23, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: MassMine: Empowering Researchers Through Easy and Ethical Access to Social Media Data

Jul 16, 2020

Working in Sync in the Age of Coronavirus

Jul 14, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: A Brief Intro to Using GitHub Pages & Jekyll for Website Building

July 9, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: Beyond Hashtags: Digital Media Research & Marginalized Communities

July 2, 2020

Research in the Age of Coronavirus

Jun 30, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: A Metrical Search Engine for Poetry in Ancient Greek

June 22, 2020

Teaching Online in the Age of Coronavirus

June 16, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: Biography of a Sound: Prince, Place and the Hidden History of the Minneapolis Sound

June 15, 2020

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour: A Journal of a Plague Year: An Archive of COVID19

May 19, 2020

2020 IHR Distinguished Lecturer: Kathryn Yusoff

February 27, 2020

2019

Desert Humanities: Attunement to the Desert

September 23, 2019

The Future of Humane Technology Symposium, Washington D.C.

March 14, 2019

2016

IHR Faculty Seminar Series: Poetry of Citizenship, by Sally Ball

September 28, 2016

Remembering WWII: Victims and Survivors

March 23, 2016

The Future of Humane Technology Symposium, Washington D.C.

March 14, 2019

2015

Desert Cities Symposium: Chad Haines and Duke Reiter

November 20, 2015

Desert Cities Symposium: John Meunier and Paul Hirt

November 20, 2015

Desert Cities Symposium: Miral Mahgoub And Sha Xin Wei

November 20, 2015

Desert Cities Symposium: A Future We Want

November 19, 2015

Desert Cities Keynote: Walkable Diversity in Future Cities, by Emily Talen

November 19, 2015

Women's Empowerment: Building Tools to Listen to Refugee Women Resettling in Phoenix

October 27, 2015

The Legacy of Digital Humanities: Scholarships, Resources, Innovation

October 15, 2015

Priscilla Wald: Humanities, Biotechnology and the Politics of Health

2015

Ursula Heise: Urbanism and the Humanities

2015

IHR 10th Anniversary Kickoff: The Future and Value of Humanities Research, by NEH Chairman Adams

September 24, 2015

Cognitive Aesthetics: Beauty, the Brain and Virginia Woolf

2015

Playlists

Distinguished Lecturers

A major university and community event, the IHR's Annual Distinguished Lecturer program brings to campus a prominent humanities scholar whose work highlights the importance of humanities research. This playlist is a collection of past Distinguished Lecturers.

Book Award Winners

Each year, the IHR selects a winner for the Transdisciplinary Humanities Book Award. This playlist is a collection of lectures of Book Award recipients speaking on their award-winning publications.

Digital Humanities Virtual Hour Summer Series

The Digital Humanities Initiative's Virtual Hour Summer Series is an opportunity for community members to come together to discuss relevant digital humanities topics. This series took place in the summer of 2020.

Desert Cities Symposium

A series of lectures presented in 2015 at the IHR Desert Cities Symposium.

10th Anniversary Celebration

A series of events celebrating ten years of the Institute for Humanities Research in 2015.