A highlight on the Fall 2017 course #BlackLanguageMatters, taught by Professor Renée Blake.
A highlight on the Fall 2017 course Colonial to Postcolonial Archives: Histories of Caribbean Collecting.
A research highlight on the Discard Studies Working Research Group
A sneak peek at the Unworking Dark Matters Working Research Group.
Apply for funding to publish open access monographs in the humanities
Apply by October 16th to receive funding for book publications in the humanities
Humanities grants & award applications open September 1, 2017 for NYU faculty and graduate students.
Publishers, editors, artists, archivists, librarians, and scholars from the Social Sciences and Humanities come together around various methodologies and archival practices
An Albert Gallatin Lecture with Winona LaDuke
A two-day symposium on the cross-pollination between Japanese and African-American literature and culture
How did mid-century American poets utilize tape recording to challenge the dominant media? Join us on Oct 23 at 6 p… https://t.co/7AVQuqVBfF
- Tuesday Oct 9 - 2:08pm
Fall applications for our Grants-In-Aid: Books and Toward an Open Monograph Ecosystem (TOME) are due one week from… https://t.co/gmNr1g2pZD
- Monday Oct 8 - 4:51pm
Need assistance with your next publication? The NYU Center for the Humanities makes available a number of grants in… https://t.co/GneIpbyGAs
- Thursday Oct 4 - 3:58pm
How did color television affect the world? Read the recap of our "Bright Signals: A History of Color Television" ev… https://t.co/Bb58GhXicc
- Wednesday Oct 3 - 12:57pm