University of Virginia, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

 

 

 

 

Full schedule available here

 

 

"Wingspan and Beyond" Games Lab Lecture and Workshop

with Elizabeth Hargrave, Game Designer

Lecture Feb. 27, 4-6 pm | Workshop Feb. 28, 11:30 am-2:30 pm

Register Here

 

Annual Report 2021-22

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News & Announcements

Mon Mar 18
Modern & Contemporary Workshop with Ian Jayne

Modern & Contemporary Workshop with Ian Jayne

Ian Jayne (PhD candidate in the English Department, University of Virginia), presenting a chapter from his dissertation, “Freedom's Fluctuations: Queer Affect and Contemporary Fiction,” Monday, March 18, 11:00 AM, New Cabell Hall, Room 236.

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11 am - 12:30 pm EST | New Cabell Hall 236
Fri Mar 22
Book Launch: "How Is It Between Us? Relational Ethics and Care for the World" by Jarrett Zigon (Anthropology, UVA)

Book Launch: "How Is It Between Us? Relational Ethics and Care for the World" by Jarrett Zigon (Anthropology, UVA)

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TBA | Wilson 142
Thu Mar 28
Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading” with Adrian Johns (U Chicago)

Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading” with Adrian Johns (U Chicago)

March 28, 4-6pm - Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading”

Adrian Johns, Allan Grant Maclear Professor of History, University of Chicago

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4 - 6 pm EST | Wilson 142
Fri Mar 29
Reading Lab Seminar with Adrian Johns on "The Science of Reading"

Reading Lab Seminar with Adrian Johns on "The Science of Reading"

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12–2 pm | Wilson 142
Thu Apr 04
“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today." For the Humanities Lecture by Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Brown University

“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today." For the Humanities Lecture by Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Brown University

April 4, 4-6pm - For the Humanities Lecture:  “Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today.”  Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Associate Professor of English, Brown University

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4 - 6 pm EST | Wilson 142

News & Announcements

Mon Mar 18
Modern & Contemporary Workshop with Ian Jayne

Modern & Contemporary Workshop with Ian Jayne

Ian Jayne (PhD candidate in the English Department, University of Virginia), presenting a chapter from his dissertation, “Freedom's Fluctuations: Queer Affect and Contemporary Fiction,” Monday, March 18, 11:00 AM, New Cabell Hall, Room 236.

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11 am - 12:30 pm EST | New Cabell Hall 236
Fri Mar 22
Book Launch: "How Is It Between Us? Relational Ethics and Care for the World" by Jarrett Zigon (Anthropology, UVA)

Book Launch: "How Is It Between Us? Relational Ethics and Care for the World" by Jarrett Zigon (Anthropology, UVA)

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TBA | Wilson 142
Thu Mar 28
Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading” with Adrian Johns (U Chicago)

Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading” with Adrian Johns (U Chicago)

March 28, 4-6pm - Reading Lab Lecture: “The Science of Reading”

Adrian Johns, Allan Grant Maclear Professor of History, University of Chicago

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4 - 6 pm EST | Wilson 142
Fri Mar 29
Reading Lab Seminar with Adrian Johns on "The Science of Reading"

Reading Lab Seminar with Adrian Johns on "The Science of Reading"

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12–2 pm | Wilson 142
Thu Apr 04
“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today." For the Humanities Lecture by Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Brown University

“Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today." For the Humanities Lecture by Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Brown University

April 4, 4-6pm - For the Humanities Lecture:  “Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Interdisciplinarity and the Humanities Today.”  Dixa Ramirez-D’Oleo, Associate Professor of English, Brown University

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4 - 6 pm EST | Wilson 142

For the 2022-23 academic year, the Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures is pleased to welcome three new fellows for the academic years of 2023-2025: Mamadou Dia (French and Media Studies), Kevin Driscoll (Media Studies), and Natasha Heller (Religious Studies). 

The Institute of the Humaities and Global Cultures is pleased to announce its new Advisory Board. The new board will oversee and advise the IHGC's programming, outreach, and all other related programming. The list of board members can be viewed here.

Seeking IHGC Funding?

Seeking IHGC Funding?

IHGC is pleased to announce that limited funding (up to $500) is available for the co-sponsorship of public events from departments, centers, and research groups at UVA. Requests for funding should include a brief description (2–3 sentences) of the event and how the event fits within IHGC’s mission. Note that IHGC can only fund each department, center, or research group once an academic year, and that requests for funding may exceed the total amount of funding available. For additional information on other funding opportunities thorugh the IHGC, please click here.

Current IHGC Research Initiatives and Networks

 

The Institute of the Humanities and Global Cultures currently supports a new set of research networks and initiatives. Click here for additional information