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Valuing the Humanities

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May 3, 2017

First in four-part series about humanities research at Syracuse

Article by: Rob Enslin

Michael Ebner anticipates a busy summer. When not in his office in Eggers Hall, fulfilling his duties as chair of the Department of History, the Syracuse University professor will spend two months in Rome, conducting archival research for a book on Italian Fascism.

Thanks to a $6,000 Summer Stipend from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), Ebner will study how Italian Fascists ruled colonies in Africa...

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Humanities Center Fellowships Underscore University Commitment to High-Impact Research

April 26, 2017

Article by Rob Enslin

Every year, the Humanities Center in the College of Arts and Sciences offers a range of highly competitive fellowships to Syracuse University faculty and graduate students. These awards, which directly align with the University’s commitment to high-impact research, encompass semester-long Faculty Fellowships and yearlong Dissertation Fellowships and Graduate Student Public Humanities Fellowships.

Read the full article at SU News.

Humanities Center Hosts Faculty, Staff Book Reception April 18

April 12, 2017

Article by Rob Enslin

The Syracuse University Humanities Center will host its second annual Books in the Humanities Reception on Tuesday, April 18, from 4:30-6 p.m. Goldstein Alumni and Faculty Center.

Free and open to the public, the event will feature books broadly conceived in the humanities and published in 2016 by 37 scholars in 25 academic departments and programs at Syracuse. Many authors will be on hand to sign copies of their work...

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