Resources

If you study the humanities and wonder how to better engage your work with diverse publics, respond to urgent issues at a local, regional, national and global scale, or want to learn about the multiple career paths you can follow as a humanities professional, you are in the right place. Start exploring these curated resources, which will help you make sense of the wonderful possibilities that the Master’s in Engaged and Public Humanities opens up for you.

Engaged Arts & Humanities on Campus

Organizations in the Arts & Humanities

The following organizations are amongst many that are exploring the role of the arts and humanities in public life at local, regional, national and international scales. These include government agencies supporting the arts and humanities at different levels; grant makers promoting engaged and inclusive humanities projects dealing with pressing social issues; artistic organizations creating groundbreaking productions that connect us to our vibrant communities; and scholarly associations exploring how to best address contemporary issues through relevant and public-facing scholarship.