Scholar Spotlight

Supported by an ARHU Special Purpose Advancement Grant, Siv B. Lie, assistant professor of Musicology recently published her book, "Django Generations: Hearing Ethnorace, Citizenship, and Jazz Manouche in France."

IN THE NEWS

The National Science Foundation awards history professor Karin Rosemblatt a $400,000 grant.

Linguist's New Study Shows Children Grasp Syntax Earlier Than You Might Think

It’s the first in-person art exhibition held at the gallery since March 2020.

PROGRAMS

ARHU's Campaign on Race, Equity and Justice addresses curriculum, research and programming, plus much more.

Colloquium series highlighting faculty experts discussing their scholarship and creative projects related to anti-racism and social justice.

ARHU signature speaker series about the role of the arts and humanities in shaping our global future through thought provoking conversation and engaging ideas.

A new initiative at the University of Maryland will expand arts programming across campus and bolster interdisciplinary offerings, creating new opportunities for students and faculty to fuse the arts, technology, innovation and social justice.