Academia is changing quickly! Stay on top of the curve by registering today for this fantastic event! Registration is free to URI graduate students and graduate alumni. March 28th, 2015. Click here for details about speakers, times, and to preregister!
Don’t miss last year’s recipient of the CFH Graduate Research Grant, Sarah Kruse, discuss her research in a talk entitled “Simultaneity and the Color of Grammar: Stein, Wittgenstein, and the Avant-Garde.” Click here for event details!
Don’t miss English Department Read/Write Series- Branka Arsić’s talk “Swamps, Leaves, Galls: Thoreau on Disease and Decay.” Monday, March 30th 5:00pm to 7:00pm. Click here for event details!
Don’t forget! This semester’s grant deadline is Wednesday, April 1st! Click here to see which grants you qualify for!
Save the Date! Our 2015 Humanities Festival Trayvon, Michael, Eric, Tamir…Post Racial America? is coming soon! This year’s keynote is author, historian, and activist Dr. Peniel E Joseph. Click here for more info!
Don’t forget! Our Fall Grants Deadline for 2014 is November 5th! Be sure to check the Fall Cycle link on our Grants and Fellowships page to learn how you can qualify!
Join us for the Robert A. Ferguson Lecture: “The American Prison: Cruel, But Not Unusual Punishment. Click on the English Department’s Event’s Calendar for more info! […]
Linking Humanities to Careers was a highly successful event in which URI Alumn who majored in the Humanities came to network with current Humanities students and give them advice on everything from why they majored in the Humanties to how they turned that major into a career. For clips of the event, please see […]
Have you heard of a new tool called Fabula? It lets anyone easily create stories and narratives on an interactive map. You can add pictures, videos, events, draw animations, and do a host of other things. Here’s a quick demo of what your story could look like, that only took 15 minutes to put together: […]
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