HFA Celebrates Black History Month with Powerful Reading of Frederick Douglass's Influential Address
To commemorate Black History Month, the College of Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) recently hosted Reading Frederick Douglass Together.
IT will host a week of learning sessions and events to empower the campus community with the knowledge and tools to improve digital accessibility.
Judaic and Near Eastern Studies Department Announces Inaugural CBI Lecture on the Holocaust and Contemporary Social Problems
Omer Bartov, Samuel Pisar Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies for Brown University, will deliver a lecture on the Holocaust and contemporary issues.
A look back at the storied history of Black creativity at UMass Amherst.
The College of Humanities & Fine Arts is honoring Black History Month with several college-wide events.
To commemorate the birthday of social reformer and abolitionistFrederick Douglass, HFA will host Reading Frederick Douglass Together on Feb. 14 at noon.
The graduate students of the W.E.B. Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies invites proposals for its Spring 2024 Graduate Student Symposium.
Renowned Environmental Activist and MacArthur “Genius Grant” Recipient Catherine Coleman Flowers to Deliver Keynote Address for Black History Month on Feb. 29
Join us for a keynote address by Catherine Coleman Flowers, internationally recognized environmental activist, on Feb. 29, 2024.
HFA administrators are encouraged to register for the Dec. 5 STRIPE Training workshops to support inclusion in faculty promotion and tenure cases.
Local Black History Project, Including UMass Amherst Researchers, Among Recipients of Major NEH Grant Expanding Public Access to Records on the History of Slavery
A team of UMass Amherst faculty, librarians, staff, students, and their partners have received an NEH grant in support of a local Black History project.
University Museum of Contemporary Art Presents Exhibition from the ‘Our Immigrant Voices’ Project Oct. 31 – Nov. 17
UMCA will present an exhibition featuring a selection of works from the multi-year campuswide project, “Our Immigrant Voices,” from Oct. 31 – Nov. 17.
HFA Community Invited to Participate in Yearlong Reading Group and Discussion on Transformative Justice Movement
The UMass Amherst Transformative Justice Coalition (TJC) will be launching a yearlong guided reading and book discussion on "Beyond Survival."