October 14, 2021 | The UBC Program in the Study of Religion and Public Humanities Hub are pleased to present a roundtable of scholars discussing Religion, Law and Society.
May 20, 2021 | Join us for a panel on “Oecologies and the Environmental Humanities at UBC” at the Un/Predictable Environments: Politics, Ecology, Agency digital conference. Free, but registration is required.
May 20, 2021 | Please join us for Dr. Hilary Cunningham Scharper’s keynote at the Un/Predictable Environments: Politics, Ecology, Agency digital conference, a virtual, ethnographic and fictional “walk-in-the-dark-woods” to explore “author-ity,” and “relational-research”, and human/morethan- human relationships. Free.
May 20, 2021 | Meet Environmental Humanities colleagues, hear about their research, and share what you are working on! Join the UBC EH Research Network. Part of the Un/Predictable Environments: Politics, Ecology, Agency digital conference. Free.
May 20, 2021 | Join us for an Un/Predictable Environments conference roundtable on infrastructure and initiatives at UBC that support sustainability and climate justice research. Free and online.
April 7, 2021 | This evidence-based talk considers some of the typical linguistic features and characteristics of the op-ed, while paying attention to audience and place of publication.
May 26, 2021 Announcing the winners of the Public Humanities Hub’s new Public Engagement Awards! These awards were created to honour individuals who have exhibited outstanding public humanities engagement in the past two years. The Hub received 30 outstanding nominations in this inaugural year. The Hub’s Awards Committee was blown away by the variety of […]
Read about our inaugural year in the UBC-V Public Humanities Hub 2019/20 Annual Report.
One year ago today, we hosted an afternoon tea for 120 humanities scholars, staff, and community partners to celebrate the Public Humanities Hub’s first year at UBC Vancouver. As we sat with one another, enjoyed hors d’oeuvres, and shared ideas about potential collaborations for the upcoming year, we didn’t realize that in just one week, […]
The Public Humanities Hub has sponsored a UBC team to participate in the MLA Virtual Summit for the Future of Doctoral Education: Dr. Kyle Frackman (Associate Professor and Acting Head, Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies), Dr. Letitia Henville (Coordinator, PhD Arts Co-op), and Sydney Lines (PhD Student, English).
This summer, the PHH team attended a Hollaback! training session to learn the best tools and strategies for bystander intervention. Learn more about how to practice better public allyship by attending a workshop.
Graduate students, faculty advisors, and department heads: this summer we conducted a survey of graduate students in the humanities about their interests, concerns, and anxieties about public scholarship, alt-ac career prospects, and the precarity of the academic job market. The results are in.