Videos

Ross Gay Poetry Reading with the J. L. King Center

Posted February 29, 2024


American Exceptionalism: A Conversation with Dr. Andy Lang

From Understanding “American Exceptionalism” from the Civil War to Today, a conversation with Dr. Andrew F. Lang
Presented September 19, 2023


2022 Fellow Presentations

From Institute for the Humanities 2022 Fellows Presentations
Presented May 3, 2022


Institute for the Humanities Censorship in the Libraries panel discussion

From Censorship in the Libraries
Presented April 20, 2023


Institute for the Humanities inaugural Undergraduate Research Winner Presentation

Posted February 29, 2024


The Complicated History of Russia and Ukraine - Dr. Stephen Brain

From Special IH Presentation: 'It's Complicated': The History of Russia and Ukraine
Presented March 29, 2022


"Speak Easily" - Religion Panel on After Life

Posted February 29, 2024


Reproductive Rights in the Age of COVID: What the Texas Law Means for Mississippi

Posted February 29, 2024


"HBCU's From Yesterday to Today" - a Virtual Event

Posted February 29, 2024


"Poetry is for Everyone!" with Dr. Catherine Pierce, Poet Laureate of Mississippi

From Reading and Conversation with Mississippi Poet Laureate, Dr. Catherine Pierce
Presented August 24, 2021


History of the Humanities? Virtual Event

From History of the Humanities? A Virtual Discussion
Presented March 30, 2021


Reading from 2021's Writer-"Off"-Resident Hanif Abdurraqib

From 2021 Writer-'Off'-Residence Presentation
Presented February 18, 2021


"From 1619 to 1776: How Do we Frame American History?" Featuring Dr. Anne Marshall, Dr. Judy Ridner, and Ms. Cynthia Thomas

From From 1619 to 1776: How do we frame American history?
Presented March 16, 2021


"What are the Sports Humanities Anyway?" A Conversation with Dr. Scott Kretchmar and Dr. Gregg Twietmeyer

From What are the Sports Humanities Anyway? - Virtual Presentation
Presented February 4, 2021


"Democracy in Peril? Understanding the January 6 Attack on the U.S. Capitol"

From Democracy in Peril? Understanding the Attack on the Capitol and the Road to the Inauguration in Wider Contexts
Presented January 26, 2021


"What are the Medical Humanities Anyway?" A Conversation with Dr. Courtney Thompson and Dr. Jessica Martucci

From What are the Medical Humanities Anyway?
Presented December 11, 2020


"'Why do we Suffer?' A Buddhist Perspective on 2020." A Conversation with Dr. Alex Vessey

From "Why do we Suffer?" A Buddhist Perspective on 2020
Presented November 3, 2020


"What are the Digital Humanities Anyway?" A Conversation with Dhanashree Thorat

From What is the Digital Humanities Anyway? A Conversation with Dr. Dhanashree Thorat
Presented October 15, 2020


"The Experience of Blackness During the Pandemic": an interview with Dr. Anthony Neal - Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024


"The Nature of the Covid-19 Beast": an interview with Dr. Cliff Story, M.D. - Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024


"Understanding Risk at the Time of the Covid-19 Pandemic": an interview with Dr. Davide Orsini - Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024


"Preparing for the 2020 Election": an interview with Dr. Lia Merivaki - Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024


"Is the Pandemic Good for the Environment?": An Interview with Dr. David Hoffman - Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024


"Understanding the Pandemic": an Interview with Dr. Courtney Thompson- Institute for the Humanities, COVID-19 Interview Series

Posted February 29, 2024