Humanities in Class Institutes provide opportunities for educators at all levels to engage with leading experts and their peers to explore topics in depth and acquire new skills and perspectives for use in the classroom and beyond.
The Center provides high-quality and innovative teaching institutes that strengthen classroom teaching for educators at all levels.
(re)Centering the Narrative: Black Women’s Voices of the 19th and 20th Centuries, July 10–14, 2023
Graduate Student Institutes and Residencies
The Center is committed to providing authentic, experiential seminars for graduate students to apply their unique skills to compelling questions and issues. Central to these institutes are the use of emerging technologies and media that make the scholarly voice more accessible, responsive, and collaborative. Graduate student residencies focus on the process of translating research to practice and require direct and collegial work among students from different universities and disciplines, creating a much richer network of humanities professionals.
Creating an Accessible Classroom and Inclusive Curriculum, July 17–21, 2023
University Faculty and Staff Institutes
Since 1992, the National Humanities Center has provided college and university faculty and staff with opportunities to deepen their knowledge and find intellectual renewal under the guidance of leading scholars. With an emphasis on interdisciplinary connections, these seminars encourage learning about new ways to apply scholarly research to college-level teaching.
Podcasting the Humanities: Creating Digital Stories for the Public, June 12–16, 2023