Bodies of Knowledge: Questions of embodiment are engaged through medical humanities, disability studies, aesthetics, and environmental studies.
Archival Silences: Archivists and scholars examine the biases inherent in past and present archival practice.
Public Humanities: University and community partners consider the public implications of humanities outside of university life.
Textuality, Materiality and Reading Practices: Scholars from multiple disciplines discuss shared textual work across different geographical and temporal foci.
Comparative Diplomatics: A faculty-graduate student working group started by the Comparative Antiquities network, a Humanities Council Global Initiative. Current working groups are sponsored by the Center for Collaborative History with support from the Program in Medieval Studies.
Historical Poetics: Historical poetics is discussed across several different fields of study—Early Modern, Eighteenth Century, Romantic, Victorian, and Modernism.