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Historian John Sweet (FFP ’07, ’20) tapped for National Humanities Center fellowship

John Wood Sweet in the library sits in front of a bookcase full of books.

John Wood Sweet (FFP ’07, ’20) was among 31 scholars awarded National Humanities Center fellowships for the 2024-2025 academic year.

Weil Lecture Explores ‘America at a Crossroads’

Judy Woodruff speaks at a lectern in Hill Hall's Moeser Auditorium.

Journalist Judy Woodruff discussed her current reporting project, America at a Crossroads, as part of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities’ Weil Lecture on American Citizenship.

Announcing the 2024-2025 Faculty Fellows

The awning to the campus-facing entrance of Hyde Hall, bearing the building's name.

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the 2024-2025 Faculty Fellow cohorts.

Reckford Lecture Highlights Picasso’s Works and Influences

Patricia Parker and Christine Poggi in the Fellows Room.

The Mary Stevens Reckford Memorial Lecture in European Studies was delivered by art historian Christine Poggi.

Announcing the 2024 Chapman Summer Fellows

The 2024 Chapman Summer Fellows: Anna Krome-Lukens, Mariska Leunissen, Michal Osterweil, and Isaac Unah

Anna Krome-Lukens, Mariska Leunissen, Michal Osterweil, and Isaac Unah were recognized for their distinguished teaching of undergraduate students.

Patricia S. Parker Wins IDEA Engagement Award from National Communication Association

Director Patricia S. Parker recently received the 2023 IDEA Engagement Award from the National Communication Association.

Q&A: Lee Weisert (FFP ’19) on ‘Recesses’ album

Lee Weisert composes on a toy piano, with a full-size piano next to him.

Lee Weisert started writing the music for his new album, Recesses, during his 2019 Faculty Fellowship at the IAH.

Patricia Parker Receives Thomas Jefferson Award

Patricia Parker smiles in the Fellows Room. Behind her is the fireplace, where an excerpt from the University charter is inscribed.

Winner Patricia Parker accepted the 2023 Thomas Jefferson Award – one of the faculty’s highest awards – in honor of Sally Hemings and Ella Baker.

Campaign for Carolina Ends with Historic Success

The Old Well, framed by tree branches, with South Building behind it.

“As founding director Ruel Tyson once said, ‘Gifts, large and small, are the most powerful actions we can take in the world for good,’” said IAH Director Patricia Parker.

Announcing the 2023-2024 Academic Leadership Fellows

Academic Leadership Fellows: 2023-2024. Portraits on top row: Jay Aikat, Mara Buchbinder, Michael Figueroa, Tanya Garcia. Bottom row: Robin Sansing, Patricia Sullivan, J. Michael Terry, Benjamin Waterhouse.

The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the 2023-2024 cohort of Academic Leadership Fellows.