The societal impact of the Humanities

The Centre for the Humanities (CfH) focuses on the societal impact of research and education within the Humanities. As a discussion platform, facilitator and catalyst, the CfH wants to relate innovative research activities to broader societal impact, and fulfil the role of intermediary between the faculty community and the city and region. With a diverse programme, the CfH focuses in the period 2017/2019 on the main topic Impact. In addition, the CfH also contributes to the strategic pillar of the Utrecht University: diversity.
 

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Camera Interactiva
29 April 2016
An interactive story on migrants' experience of the limbo received the highest award of the Camera Interactiva talent development programme.
Renata Adler, writer, St. Martin, French West Indies, March 8, 1978 (Photographer: Richard Avedon) © The Richard Avedon Foundation
21 March 2016
American journalist and critic Renata Adler is appointed ILFU Writer-in-Residence at the Centre for the Humanities
Camera Interactiva
21 March 2016
The Camera Interactiva talent development programme awards an ‘Audience Favourite’ prize.

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Programme 2017-2019

The programme consists of a diverse range of collaborations within the faculty, with other universities as well as externally diverse activities. For example a series of debates for the faculty, enabling visiting fellows, a workshop on impact, collaborations with LERU (League of Research Universities), ECHIC (European Consortium of Humanities Institutes and Centres) and with CHCI (a global network of Humanities Centres).

Externally we work together within the city and region of Utrecht, for example with the Municipality of Utrecht, cultural organisations in the city and partaking in a cities network with similar initiatives. On diversity we run a project on implementing an after school educational programme on language and reading for children with Dutch as their second language at home.
Read more about the programme (in Dutch).

Contact

If you are interested in collaborating with the CfH, please contact us cfh@uu.nl.