Humanities Without Walls

Humanities Without Walls Funding Opportunities: Training in Reciprocity and Redistributive Research

We recently announced an internal funding competition for supporting proposals in response to the Humanities Without Walls Research Challenge scheduled for the Fall of 2021. The deadline for the local competition is April 23, 2021, while the one for the Research Challenge for November 15, 2021.

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Professor Jay MacCann and his latest book, Holding Fast

Holding Fast: Professor McCann’s latest book investigates resilience and civic engagement in Latino Communities

Political Science Professor Jay McCann announces a new book that invites us to reconsider the response of immigrant communities to the changing political climate in the US since the 2016 elections. The US political climate has seen a surge in anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies.

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Nominations Sought for the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools 2021 Excellence in Teaching Awards

The Graduate School invites each college at Purdue to nominate one master’s student and one doctoral student for the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools 2021 Excellence in Teaching Awards Competition. While the deadline for the Graduate School to submit two Purdue nominees to MAGS is not until January 29, 2021, the competition is being announced now to allow everyone ample time to put together nominations.

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Humanities Without Walls

Humanities Indicators Presentation

On Oct 6, 2020  at 4:00 pm Robert Townsend, co-director of the Humanities Indicators for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, will share in on online meeting some recent findings about the state of humanities departments, preview findings from a forthcoming survey of the general public about the humanities, and answer any questions you might have about the state of the field. The Humanities Indicators 

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