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The Center for the Study of Religion is excited to launch a new visiting scholar program for Spring 2024. This ongoing initiative aims to support contingent and independent scholars by bringing…

Each semester, the Humanities Institute hosts a rotating mini-exhibition of material culture curated by our center leaders and students. This semester features "'What stuff 'tis made of': The…

Funding Opportunities
A number of grant and scholarships are currently being offered by our centers for the first half of the semester.  

Melton Center

The Samuel M. Melton and…

Congratulations to our winners in the Brutus Calavera coloring contest: Cooper M., Eda H., Juliana R., Brady B., Emily O., Jaxson R., Lucy P., Anika L., Carley P., and Janea M.!!!

The Humanities Institute welcomes a new working group to the Collaboratory: Feminist Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Social Justice Working Group. This group aims to function as a “…

Technological breakthroughs should include safeguards, scholars sayChris Bournea
Ohio State News

Scholars from across the country in multiple disciplines discussed the future of artificial…

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The Humanities Institute invites your proposals for collaborative interdisciplinary working groups. Under the auspices of our Collaboratory, we offer some funding, meeting space, publicity, and…

  The Center for the Study of Religion has announced a new short-term visiting scholar program. 

Building on a successful pilot program in March 2023, they are currently…