As scholars in the humanities and humanistic social sciences at the University of Rochester, we examine human culture in its myriad forms: literature, language, media, philosophy, religion, history, anthropology, visual and performing arts, and much more. The Humanities Center is our interdisciplinary home base. It is both a planned physical space, eventually to be located in Rush Rhees Library, and a community of researchers committed to scholarly exchange and collaboration. We offer programs for faculty, students, and the public.
The Humanities Center Executive Committee is pleased to announce the Center's fellows for 2016-2017. Our internal fellow in fall, 2016, will be Peter Christensen (Art and Art History.) The three internal fellows for spring, 2017 are Margarita Guillory (Religion and Classics, Dahpon Ho (History), and Llerena Searle (Anthropology.) Our external fellows, who will join the Center for the academic year, are Brian Jacobson (Cinema Studies Institute, University of Toronto) and Elana Shever (Anthropology, Colgate University).
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Conversations on Linguistics and Politics with Noam Chomsky
The Humanities Center welcomes Noam Chomsky as its Distinguished Visiting Humanist for the 2015-16 academic year. Professor Chomsky—an esteemed linguist, philosopher, political commentator, and activist—will be in residence Wednesday, April 20 through Friday, April 22, 2016 and will participate in a variety of activities and public events. Recently, two University of Rochester faculty members conducted a phone interview with him, and discussed his work in linguistics and politics.
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