- SOF Alum Maggie Cao Announced as 2021–22 National Humanities Center Fellow
- SOF Alum Dan-el Padilla Peralta featured in this week's The Daily podcast from the New York Times
- Building Publics: Humanities Speak of Race Spring 2021 Series Overview and Schedule
- Applications now open: ZIP Code Memory Public Humanities Fellowships
- SOF/Heyman Board Member Sharon Marcus featured on WNYC's podcast Aria Code
- SOF/Heyman Board Member Kaiama L. Glover named 2021-2022 Fellow of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers
- Humanities in the Emergency Room: CHCI in Conversation with Dr. Rishi Goyal
- SOF Board Member Shamus Khan’s Op-Ed in the Washington Post
The Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life (IRCPL) and the Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities (SOF/Heyman) invite applications from advanced graduate students throughout the university in support of the ZIP Code Memory Project: Practices of Justice and Repair at The Center for the Study of Social Difference (CSSD).
The Building Publics Spring Graduate Series showcases how our Public Humanities Graduate Fellows bridge humanistic thinking with civic engagement; social justice with scholarly research; and public building with communication, in order to unleash new, more critical modes of scholarly imagination. Each year highlights a new, pressing theme.
For years, Dan-el Padilla Peralta, a Dominican-born teacher of classics at Princeton, has spoken openly about the harm caused by the discipline’s practitioners in the two millenniums since antiquity — the classical justifications of slavery, race science, colonialism, Nazism and other 20th-century fascisms. He believes that classics is so entangled with…