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The School of Criticism and Theory
Cornell University is host to the School of Criticism Theory, a summer institute offering a distinctive program of study focused on key theoretical issues and debates in the humanities and social sciences. The six-week summer session welcomes participants from academic instutions all over the world and is housed alongside the Society for the Humanities at the historic A.D. White House.
For more information or to apply to SCT, please visit their website.
The Consortium of Humanities Centers & Institutes serves a site for the discussion of issues germane to the fostering of crossdisciplinary activity and as a network for the circulation of information and sharing of resources between over 150 humanities centers and institutes from around the globe.
The Society for the Humanities participates in the HASTAC consortium of humanists, artists, scientists, and engineers from leading researchers and nonprofit research institutions. HASTAC is committed to new forms of collaboration across communities and disciplines fostered by creative uses of technology. Its primary members are universities, supercomputing centers, grid and teragrid associations, humanities institutes, museums, libraries, and other civic institutions. Since 2003, it has been developing tools for multimedia archiving and social interactions, gaming environments for teaching, innovative educational programs in information science and information studies, virtual museums, and other digital projects.
Student Advocates for the Future of the Humanities
StuHum is an organization for students, by students: using social media to ensure a future for the Humanities.
For more information, please visit their website.