Don’t miss CFH grant winner Mary Cappello’s appearance Dec. 20th at Dueling Piano’s in Providence as part of the Point Street Reading Series.
Thursday, December 1 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm Swan Hall Click here for more information on speakers.
The deadline for submissions is January 10, 2017. Local Voices to Global Visions: Exploring Identity in the Humanities March 1 to 4, 2017 San Diego, California The wide-ranging span of the Humanities provides the finest range of approaches and methodologies to explore the multiplicity of voices and visions throughout the world. HERA seeks your contributions […]
November 17, Gina Ford, ASLA, Principal, Sasaki Associates, Watertown, MA presents: “Landscape Humanism in Practice.” For more information on this lecture and others in the series, click here.
Our annual Linking Humanities to Careers Event is happening on Thursday, Nov. 3rd. This year, two humanities classes will have the chance to meet, hear from, and network with an outstanding panel of alumn who majored in the humanities at URI. Click here for pics and bios of this year’s panelists.
“Of Mood: An Atmospheric Performance” Experimental writing meets experimental music. Tuesday, November 1st, 5:30-7 pm. Fine Arts Building Recital Hall. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Mary Cappello reads from her new book, Life Breaks In: A Mood Almanack (University of Chicago Press) alongside recordings of Berlin-based trumpeter/composer, Paul Brody‘s sound installation,”Talking Melodies”; in concert with the cloud photography of Katja Hock; and, with a […]
Submit your proposal by Nov. 1 for awards of up to $1000. Click here for more information about our grant opportunities.
Humanities at Large, the NEH sponsored project to revamp the next generation of humanities PhD’s at URI, has launched it’s website! Click here to stay up to date on the latest ideas and innovations. You can also tweet about the project @URI_English #HumanitiesAtLarge
Due to staffing issues, the Center for Career and Experiential Education will not be able to meet with students in Swan Hall this semester. All humanities students can still utilize the walk-in advising hours (Monday–Friday, 9am-4pm) in Roosevelt Hall and log into RhodyNet and make an appointment with Jenna Visinho. Wondering what you can do with your humanities degree, […]
EXPRESS YOURSELF, Wednesdays at 7:00 PM, URI’s Slam Poetry Club meets in the Multicultural center rm 005, email email@example.com for more info
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