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HARNESSING THE POWER OF THE INTEGRATED ARTS + HUMANITIES

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

October 29, 2019

(Becca Heller’s talk starts at 11:11 minutes; captions available)

On October 17, 2019, Becca Heller, founder and co-director of the International Refugee…

October 29, 2019

The following interview of Christa Teston was conducted by Global Arts + Humanities Discovery Theme Faculty Director Wendy S. Hesford. Teston is an associate professor in The Ohio State University…

October 29, 2019

By Assistant Professor Vera Brunner-Sung, Department of Theatre

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(Caption for photo, right: Meeting with Hmong American artists and…

October 24, 2019

By Professor Roger Beebe, Department of Art

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My experimental documentary Amazonia started with a simple question: How does the virtual…

Upcoming Events

November 15, 2019
William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, Room 165
November 21, 2019
Fine Arts Library, Graduate Reading Room (038L), 1850 College Rd
December 5, 2019
Fine Arts Library, Graduate Reading Room (038L), 1850 College Rd
December 5 - December 8, 2019
Wexner Center for the Arts: Performance Space

People Directory

Megan Hasting
Assistant Director, Center for Latin American Studies
Jennifer  Schlueter
Associate Professor, Theatre
Reanne Frank
Associate Professor, Sociology
Kevin McClatchy
Associate Professor, Theatre