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Jackman Humanities Institute

The Jackman Humanities Institute will be closed to the public, and staff will be telecommuting until further notice. All events, working groups, and fellowship activities have been cancelled, postponed or moved online.

Transnational Solidarities / Complicities


Online
Panel Discussion

Calls for Funding

2021-2022 Faculty Research Fellowships

Deadline 16 September 2020

2021-2022 Artist-in-Residence

Invitation to units at UTM, deadline 16 September 2020

JHI Announcements

Details about University of Toronto faculty response

Non-stipendiary fellowship for visiting postdoctoral researchers

Non-stipendiary fellowship for visiting faculty members

Announcement of award

Announcement of two awards for 2020-2021

JHI Blog: Humanities at Large

Submitted by Sonja Johnston on August 26 2020.
JHI Alumni Spotlight features past Fellows and their current work   Michael Nicholson—now Assistant Professor in the Department of English at McGill University—joined us as an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities…
Submitted by Sonja Johnston on June 12 2020.
By Elle Flanders, Public Studio | JHI Artists in Residence 2019-20 At the end of our fellowship with the Jackman Humanities Institute we were asked a series of questions reflecting on our time here. Like most artists, we will begin at the end and…
Submitted by Sonja Johnston on June 05 2020.
By Dr. Ira Wells, Program Manager for Scholars-in-Residence Each May, when most campus-based UofT undergraduates are packing to leave their residence rooms behind for the summer, a growing cohort of undergraduate researchers has been moving into…
Lynne Cohen, Classroom in an emergency measures college, 1980. Gelatin silver print, 40.64 x 50.8 cm. Hart House Collection, HH2010.010. Promised gift of Norman Morcos. Courtesy of the Art Museum at the University of Toronto.

Our current exhibition

Birds of a Feather

28 Oct 2020 to 25 Jun 2021
Curated by Ameen Ahmed
Exhibition site

Presented in conjunction with the Jackman Humanities Institute. Birds of a Feather is composed of artists’ works that directly respond to Jackman Humanities Institute Research Fellows’ projects. The works offer tools, commentary, and/or encouragement through visual or conceptual means. Silently, but not necessarily quietly, they image different forms of commonality and collectivity, incorporation and inclusion.