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CHCI is looking for expressions of interest from member centers and institutes who wish to participate in the pilot phase of the second generation of Mellon-funded international collaboration in the humanities.
- Conference in Cape Town August 10-13
Registration is now open for our 2017 annual meeting in Cape Town, taking place from August 10-13, 2017. Read more about the event, including information on registration, optional site visits, and travel and lodging information by visiting our Annual Meeting page.
We are looking forward to seeing many of you in Cape Town!
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Deadline: until position filled (appointment no later than September 1, 2017)
Deadline: September 29, 2017
This conference will be the first meeting of the Mellon-funded conference cycle of the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs. The focus of this conference will be “The Critical Tasks of the University” and will evaluate the prevailing metrics of value that increasingly structure and restrict the university in various global locations and to understand how critical thought or more robust notions of “critique” can inform and enliven our contemporary reflections on valuable ways of knowing.
In April 2017, the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh is hosting a European Conference for the Humanities on behalf of the European Consortium of Humanities Institutes and Centres (ECHIC).
The multi-media installation of Philip Miller and Thuthuka Sibisi’s The African Choir of 1891 has been added to the CHCI Annual Meeting program in collaboration with the Centre for Humanities Research and the South African National Gallery in Cape Town. The installation is a re-imagining of the tour that a South African choir made to Victorian England in 1891 featuring songs recreated by the composers from the original 1891 program along with twenty photographic portraits of the original members of the Choir re-discovered after 125 years.
Deadline: June 4, 2017