On September 22, join us for our first event of the fall semester. James (JT) Thomas (University of Mississippi) will be speaking via Zoom on “The Souls of Jews? Du Bois, Double Consciousness, and the Jewish Question.” For more details, read more about this event on our calendar or register for a Zoom link here.
Read about the last academic year’s events programming and fellowship program on our Annual Report page.
We are sorry to announce that all events at the Center for the Humanities at Tufts have been cancelled until further notice due to the University’s guidance on COVID-19.
Please check back in April for an update.
Freeden Blume Oeur, Associate Professor of Sociology and Faculty Fellow at the Center for the Humanities at Tufts, will be presenting on his research during a brown bag lunch seminar.
Read more about his talk, “The Scholar Desired: Racial Trauma in Du Bois’s Black Flame Trilogy “ on our events calendar.
We will be resheduling James (JT) Thomas’s talk, “The Souls of Jews: Du Bois, Double Consciousness, and the Jewish Question,” for fall 2020.
Check back in the summer for more details, or sign up for our mailing list to learn about upcoming events.
Dr. Anny Gaul, a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for the Humanities, has recently published an essay on the academic blog The Maydan. “Bastila and the Archives of Unwritten Things” explores the archive of a recipe for bastila, a Moroccan pastry.
An explanation for why she wrote this article can be found in a Twitter thread.
Stop by the Center at 48 Professors Row during workday hours (M-F, 9-5) and check out photographs from South African documentary photographer, Johann Kuus, and Iranian photographer, Shirin Neshat. Photos courtesy of Tufts University Art Galleries.