The Humanities Writ Large Steering Committee has selected two Visiting Faculty Fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. They are: Daphne Lamothe, Associate Professor of Africana Studies, Smith College...Read More about 2017-18 Visiting Faculty Fellows
The Humanities Writ Large Steering Committee has selected two Visiting Faculty Fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. They are: Daphne Lamothe, Associate Professor of Africana Studies, Smith College...Read More about 2017-18 Visiting Faculty Fellows
Two past HWL Visiting Faculty Fellows were instrumental in the recent launch of a new Franklin Humanities Institute program, the North Carolina Central University-Duke University Digital Humanities...Read More about Past HWL Fellows Continue Their Crosstown Collaboration
Two past HWL Visiting Faculty Fellows were instrumental in the recent launch of a new Franklin Humanities Institute program, the North Carolina Central University-Duke University Digital Humanities...Read More about Past HWL Fellows Continue Their Crosstown Collaboration
Visiting Faculty Fellow Daphne Lamothe explores one of the most fundamental lessons of black life, and Black Studies, in a talk at the John Hope Franklin Center's Wednesdays at the Center series—the...Read More about Blackness Unmoored: Relational Ethics and Aesthetics in Stromae’s “Formidable”
Two past HWL Visiting Faculty Fellows were instrumental in the recent launch of a new Franklin Humanities Institute program, the North Carolina Central University-Duke University Digital Humanities...Read More about Past HWL Fellows Continue Their Crosstown Collaboration
One of the most significant outcomes of Humanities Writ Large is an impressive array of Digital Humanities projects. Some were integral to the work of Emerging Networks. Others were created by...Read More about Ongoing Digital Humanities Projects

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