Scholar Spotlight

ARHU professor's talk is part of a new series centering racism, equity and justice.

IN THE NEWS

The public website draws connections between existing datasets to piece together fragmentary narratives

Political scientist Janelle Wong on the growing power of the Asian American vote.

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Daryle Williams about the Enslaved.org initiative aimed at documenting the lives of enslaved people.

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.

The Arts and Humanities Dean's Lecture Series provides an opportunity for the college faculty, students

ARHU INSIGHTS VIDEOS

Answers to the persistent question: What does research look like in the arts and humanities?