Tera W. Hunter, the Edwards Professor of American History and professor of African American studies, has been named Acting Chair of the Humanities Council, effective July 1, 2022. She will serve in place of Esther Schor, who will be on research sabbatical leave for the academic year 2022-23. “I’m delighted that Tera Hunter, a member […]
The Humanities Council’s kick-off event features a wide-ranging conversation about central issues in our research, teaching, and intellectual life. This year's speakers include distinguished Princeton scholars whose work represents different approaches and historical periods. They will participate in a panel discussion on the theme of "Humanities and/as Choice" moderated by...
A lively hub for innovation and collaboration, the Humanities Council connects 16 humanities departments and more than 30 interdisciplinary member programs, centers, and committees across the campus. Membership is open to the chairs and directors of all humanities departments, programs, and committees.
A joint Ph.D. program with team-taught courses, workshops and interdisciplinary reading groups.
Postdoctoral fellows who spend three years on campus teaching and pursuing research.
Seminars in traditional and emerging media taught by the world’s most distinguished journalists.
Offers the team-taught Humanities Sequences and Certificate Program in Humanistic Studies.