Mapping the Humanities

The CCHS is foregrounding humanities research through the Faculty Fellows program, as well as fostering interdisciplinary conversations on campus and actively engaging faculty with the community. The 2016-17 fellows are working on research as diverse as the nature of emotion, the ethics of interpretation, and issues in bioethics, civil rights history, and the politics of mixed-race identity.
Mapping the Humanities

From left to right: Daniel Krebs, Lluís Baixauli-Olmos, Lauren Freeman, Lara Kelland, Kiki Petrosino, Andreas Elpidorou

The CCHS is foregrounding humanities research through the Faculty Fellows program, as well as fostering interdisciplinary conversations on campus and actively engaging faculty with the community. The 2016-17 fellows are working on research as diverse as the nature of emotion, the ethics of interpretation, and issues in bioethics, civil rights history, and the politics of mixed-race identity. 

Learn more about how the Commonwealth Center for the Humanities and Society’s inaugural cohort of Faculty Fellows are using their research to address global problems.