The Humanities Research Center provides a forum for intellectual exchange across and beyond the Humanities at VCU, traversing conventional disciplinary boundaries and encouraging collaboration throughout the College of Humanities and Sciences as well as across the University as a whole and the local community. The Center is committed to building relationships and partnerships with colleagues at VCU and with other institutions in Richmond and the broader region. Learn more…

BOOKS BY H&S FACULTY

 

MEET VCU'S AUTHORS

  • Brian Daugherity, VCU Author
    Meet VCU's Authors: Brian Daugherity

    January 25, 2017

    Brian Daugherity, Assistant Professor of History, will talk about his new...

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  • Tressie Cottom, VCU Author
    Meet VCU's Authors: Tressie Cottom

    February 22, 2017

    Tressie Cottom, Assistant Professor of Sociology, will talk about her new book,...

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  • Gregory Kimbrell, VCU Author
    Meet VCU's Authors: Gregory Kimbrell

    April 19, 2017

    Gregory Kimbrell, Events and Programs Coordinator for the Cabell Library, will...

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SPEAKER SERIES & EVENTS

  • Ayanna Thompson
    Spring 2017 Speaker Series: Ayanna Thompson

    Wednesday February 1, 2017

    Is Shakespeare Beyond Race?

    Ayanna Thompson, Professor of English,...

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  • Emma Smith
    Spring 2017 Speaker Series: Emma Smith

    Wednesday March 15, 2017

    What’s it worth? Shakespeare’s Value Then and Now

    Emma Smith,...

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  • Joseph Valente
    Spring 2017 Speaker Series: Joseph Valente

    March 22, 2017

    From Whiteboys to White Nationalism: A Joycean Prophecy of the Trump...

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  • Devoney Looser
    Spring 2017 Speaker Series: Devoney Looser

    Wednesday April 5, 2017

    Jane Austen Then and Now: Reinventing a Literary Legend

    Devoney...

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