The Center for Humanities at the University of Rhode Island’s current activities include:
- a speaker series
- research grants and fellowships for faculty and graduate students,
- a Spring Humanities Festival
About the Center
URI’s Center for the Humanities was established by Faculty Senate legislation in 1994 and is designed to foster intellectual exchange and independent inquiry, analysis, and interpretation of the humanities in research, teaching, and learning. Its activities include a speaker series, research grants, and fellowships for faculty and graduate students. For more information, contact the Center’s director: Annu Palakunnathu Matthew, Center for Humanities, 175G Swan Hall, University of Rhode Island, Upper College Road, Kingston, RI 02881, call (401) 874-5700, or e-mail email@example.com.