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A groundbreaking new digital archive preserves the history of two hard-fought minimum-wage campaigns.
The Simpson Center awards its first round of support to UW scholars for the 2016-17 year.
Katharyne Mitchell (Geography) and Matthew Sparke (Geography and Jackson School of International Studies) have received fellowships to study at the Brocher Foundation in Switzerland in fall 2016.
The Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities argues for the practical value of the humanities for all citizens.
Celebrated curator Kitagawa Fram was denied entry to the US, allegedly over military protests, but a robust examination of his work went on anyway.
Five teams of scholars will travel to Victoria, British Columbia, for the renowned training institute in June 2016.
William D. Adams, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, visits UW Friday, December, 4, 3:30 pm at the wǝɫǝbʔaltxʷ – Intellectual House.
Artist and curator Fram Kitagawa has been denied a visa to speak at the University of Washington, allegedly due to his involvement in student protests in the 1960s. His keynote will go on as planned, with conference organizers reading his address, "Art in the Age of the Global Environment."
Louisa Mackenzie’s (French & Italian) recent essay on sea monsters contributes to a lively discussion on animal studies and identity in Early Modernism.
Environmental history demands that we grapple with new questions, a renowned German scholar argues in a Katz Distinguished Lecture on December 2.
What role can the humanities play in pursuing environmental safety and justice? How can they inform scientific inquiry?
Summer Fellowships for Public Projects in the Humanities support graduate student research projects that collaborate with or otherwise meaningfully
The Comparative Study of Race graduate research cluster connects students across the fields of Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies, Ethnic Studies, Queer Studies, African American Studies, American Indian Studies, Asian American Studies
Mellon Summer Fellowships for New Graduate Seminars in the Humanities support the development of new courses by UW faculty in the humanities for do
Mellon Fellows for Reaching New Publics in the Humanities are University of Washington graduate students who join
The Writing Difference and Equity graduate research cluster supports graduate students across the humanities in developing productive and sustainable writing habits, in addressing the major barriers that PhD students face during the dissertation phase of their programs, and in articulating their research to broader audiences.
Textual studies encompasses a broad set of disciplinary practices and fields whose central concern is the production, circulation, and reception of texts in material form.