Research clusters unite faculty from across many departments and programs. These small interdisciplinary faculty groups meet throughout the year to discuss their scholarly works in progress. You can start your own cluster or join an existing group.
The Humanities Center provides funding and technological resources for a significant digital humanities project, in close partnership with the libraries' Center for Digital Scholarship
Each year, this grant provides up to $10,000 to two faculty members
from different disciplines to work together on an innovative scholarly project.
The Humanities Center hosts interdisciplinary programs that aid faculty in navigating the worlds of publishing. These include a book proposal workshop held annually in January, talks by academic editors, and a workshop on writing for the public.