JHI Announcements

Nine public-facing events, run by teams across the University of Toronto, will receive funding from the Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI) to explore Institute’s annual theme for 2019-20, Strange Weather.

Do you want to connect with faculty and graduate students across UofT to discuss humanities topics but need some resources to make it happen? The Jackman Humanities Institute could enable your group to meet.

Lucy Suchman, a globally renowned expert in human computer interaction whose recent work explores the issues raised by the growing use of facial recognition technologies, will deliver this year’s JHI marquee lecture: Apparatuses of Recognition.

Want to extend your research into the Digital Humanities? An opportunity for development and funding.

We are delighted to announce our new graduate fellows at the Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI) from English, Religious Studies and Classics.

residential fellowship for external faculty members

University of Toronto Scarborough’s Dr Andrea Charise had never tried to incorporate the digital humanities into her teaching and research - until she saw an opportunity for fellowship at the Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI).

Dr Maggie Reid is a New Media and Humanities Journalism fellow based in the Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI). She has launched a podcast series called ‘lower case truth’ examining the current ‘post truth era’ and the role of universities