Programs at the Hall Center

The Hall Center for the Humanities offers a range of programming intended to stimulate and support research in the humanities, both within and outside the university. Programs range from scholarly development, such as monthly interdisciplinary faculty seminars to workshops for graduate students, to programs with broad public appeal, including the Humanities Lecture Series, Women's Leadership Lecture, and numerous special guest speakers.

Public Events

Humanities Lecture Series, KU in Wichita, Women's Leadership Lecture, special events, and co-sponsorships

Scholarly Programming

Workshop, Colloquia, Fellowships, Seminars, and Celebration of Books

Applied Humanities Initiative

Applied Humanities Boot Camp, Fellowships, Panels, and other events

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