The Simpson Center offers courses at the graduate level that reflect its commitments to crossdisciplinary research, digital humanities, and public scholarship.

These courses are typically one-credit, credit/no credit, allowing students to fit them into regular departmental coursework. They are frequently structured around the work of a visiting speaker, letting students grow familiar with a speaker's work and deepening the possibility of real exchange while they are here.

HUM Course Development Form - Learn about proposing a Simpson Center HUM course.


Winter 2020

Fall 2019

Spring 2019

  • On Feminism and Capitalism: A Microseminar on the Work of Nancy Fraser
  • The Black Embodiments Studio
  • Translation and Its Publics

Winter 2019

Fall 2018

Spring 2018

Winter 2018

Fall 2017

Be Boundless for Washington | For the World