The Engaged Humanities Network (EHN) is committed to the pursuit of more inclusive, interconnected, and just communities and institutions. Toward these ends, the network seeds, supports, and fosters exchanges across publicly engaged research, teaching, and creative projects.
Collaborating Across Communities
The EHN is open to all. Scholars, teachers, students, artists, and community leaders who make up the network apply their knowledge and skills to serve the public good and develop relationships of trust and mutual support across communities. Whether you are a student looking to develop or deepen connections with communities in Syracuse and Central New York, a faculty member with a new or ongoing publicly engaged course or project, or a community leader seeking collaborators, we would love to connect.
Engaged Humanities Programs
The EHN develops and supports participatory action research with collaborators across levels of experience and stages of education; creates new and connects existing publicly engaged undergraduate and graduate courses; designs and runs humanities and arts programs in collaboration with community partners, and organizes interventions responsive to current conditions and pressing needs in Syracuse, Central New York, and around the world.
EHN Research Assistant Maggie Sardino receives Fulbright to work on the “Digital Humanities: Open Scholarship" project at the University of Victoria.
In the Media: Antiracism in Algebra featured on Spectrum News
In the media: Recap of the 2021 Narratio Fellowship
In the media: Northside Speech & Debate featured in Syracuse.com
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