The voices of our community

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UCHI sponsors events across all UConn campuses, broadening the impact of the humanities and arts while bringing a diversity of voices to our community.

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Fellowship Public Talks

All fellows give a public talk during their year in residence. It is an opportunity both to highlight their project and research goals, but also to get feedback and input.

Past Fellowship Talks

Events Calendar

  1. 4/1The UConn Grief Project Zine Launch
  1. 4/1Good Relations: Native Scholars And Artists On Climate Justice
  1. 4/1The Invention Of Race In The European Middle Ages
  1. 4/5Un-Common Tongues, Endangered Languages: Italian Arbëresh And Greek Arvanitika," A Conversation With Michelangelo La Luna (University Of Rhode Island) And Peter Constantine (University Of CT)
  1. 4/7Islamic Institutions And Slaves’ Collective Action In 18th Century Spain
  1. 4/7Graduate Fellowships In The Humanities And Social Sciences
  1. 4/7Fellow's Talk: Scott Wallace
  1. 4/8Irish Travellers: The Nation State, A Marginalized Minority, And Climate Crisis
  1. 4/21Simon Burrows, "Enlightenment In Ledgers: Digitally Mapping The French Book Trade"
  1. 4/23ECOM Speaker Series: Emeritus Professor Peter Gardenfors
  1. 4/23Hispanic/Latinx Antifascism And The Spanish Republican Cause In The United States, 1936-1977
  1. 4/26VICTR Presents: Eduardo Barrio

The Humanities Institute seeks to make our events accessible to everyone.
If you require accommodation to participate in an event, please contact us at uchi@uconn.edu preferably at least 5 days in advance.

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