Thinking Out Loud
Developing insight into human thought, culture, and history—insight that connects deep knowledge to the way we live.
The Humanities Center at West Virginia University will cultivate critical humanistic inquiry, fostering collaborative, interdisciplinary, and publicly accessible scholarship and teaching to benefit the common good of the university, the state, and the world.
Annual ThemeBeginning in 2018, the Humanities Center will consider the many dimensions of "Quality of Life," thinking in public about making the lives we live richer and fuller.
Reading GroupsThe Humanities Center facilitates the meeting of several interest groups. To see what we're reading, or to join a conversation, check these listings.
- Mar1 All Day Accepting applications to win cash & prizes at WVU's IDEA Hub Demo Day
- Mar227:30 PM - 9:00 PM2018 Callahan Lecture: Dr. William Beezley, "The Shadow of the 1968 Tlatelolco Massacre in Mexico"
- Apr47:00 PM - 9:00 PM"Path to the Pulitzer: Journalism and the Informed Citizen"
- Apr162:30 PM - 4:30 PMHumanities Center Coffee Hour
- Apr272:30 PM - 4:30 PMHumanities Center Coffee Hour