Center for the Humanities at Tufts Records, 2016-2017


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The Center for Humanities at Tufts was established circa 2008, according to citations in the 2008-2009 Factbook, to foster interdisciplinary humanities work in comparative literature, comparative religion, world history, philosophy, anthropology, and the arts, to innovate new research and reflection. The Center hosts public lectures, seminars, conferences and colloquia by visiting artists, writers, and scholars, and brings together faculty, postdoctoral, and dissertation fellows. Fellows participate in a research seminar and attend monthly public events with distinguished visiting scholars.

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