Wayne State University

Aim Higher


Faculty Fellowship Competition
"Design: Intention, Creativity, Agency, Society"

Graduate Travel Guidelines
Travel Support for Graduate Students

Resident Scholars Program
Resident Scholars Program 2017 - 2018
Deadline: Friday, July 6, 2018

Annual Report

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Brown Bag talk: April 17 - renee c. hoogland
From 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Topic: Nancy Mitchnick’s Uncalibrated Figuration

Brown Bag talk: April 18 -
R. Khari Brown, Ronald E. Brown

Topic: Poetics as Knowledge Base; or, Against Poeticity as Such

Our Mission

The mission of the Humanities Center is to nurture interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary, and intradisciplinary work in the humanities and arts through competitions, conferences, discussion groups, and other programs for Wayne State"s humanities and arts faculty and students, and for visiting scholars and artists. The Center promotes excellence in research and creative endeavors through rigorous peer review of proposals submitted to it for funding. By sponsoring programs that involve community participants, the Center supports the university"s urban mission. Through its various programs, the Center brings humanists of diverse talents and interests together for conversation and collaboration, and fosters innovation and creativity across humanistic disciplines.