The Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme facilitates cross-disciplinary collaboration in the arts and humanities by providing support in the form of research and creative practice grants, graduate team and postdoctoral research fellowships and experiential teaching and learning grants. By breaking down barriers to meaningful collaboration, we create an inclusive culture that empowers faculty, staff and students to foster social change, create sustaining life-worlds and develop a global ethic of responsibility. 

Global Arts + Humanities is part of the Discovery Themes, a university-wide initiative created with the goal of connecting experts and facilitating cross-disciplinary research to accelerate new discoveries and translate knowledge into practical solutions for meaningful impact.


Recent News

January 16, 2020

By PhD Student Julian Marcel Baldemira, Department of Spanish and Portuguese

For decades, immigrants from Cuba have arrived on U.S. soil and established…

January 16, 2020

By PhD Student Shawntel Barreiro, Department of Linguistics

Over the past year, my research has focused on first- and second-generation Salvadorans who…

January 16, 2020

By PhD Candidate Malia Lee Womack, Department of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies

In what ways do international human rights (for example: human rights…

January 15, 2020

By Associate Professor Hannah Kosstrin, Department of Dance, and affiliate faculty for the Melton Center for Jewish Studies, Center for Slavic and East European Studies and the Migration, Mobility…

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People Directory

Robin Judd
Associate Professor, History
Christine Warner
Associate Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning
Theresa Delgadillo
Program Director, Latina/o Studies; Professor, Comparative Studies
Isaac Weiner
Associate Professor, Comparative Studies