Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center

The mission of the IHRC is to:
~Strengthen faculty research and creative activity and enhance its visibility as well as its vertical integration into the curriculum
~Support initiatives involving multi-disciplinary research teams (both within the university and with external partners)
~Foster intellectual community and public engagement


Earl Lewis Thought Leader Speaker Series
Earl Lewis, President, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
“Why Learn: In Search of Higher Education’s Future,”
March 5, 2015  4-5:30 pm,
Roselle Center for the Arts



The Delaware Digital Humanities Initiative

21st century digital technologies are transforming scholarly communication practices in humanities research and teaching. The IHRC, in partnership with the UD Library and others, is hosting nationally and internationally recognized experts in the digital humanities and facilitating access to training opportunities regionally.

Our Talks

UD IHRC Lecture Series - Jennifer Guiliano

UD IHRC Earth Perfect? Symposium - Emma Marris

UD IHRC Digital Humanities Lecture Series - Khalil Gibran Muhammad

UD IHRC Earth Perfect? Symposium - Rick Darke

UD IHRC Earth Perfect? Symposium - Douglas Tallamy

Regional DH Calendar

Women's History in the Digital World 2015
Bryn Mawr College, 101 N Merion Ave, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010, United States

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