Mellon Foundation Awards UMass Amherst $2.65 Million to Expand Slavery North Initiative, Led by Art Historian Charmaine A. Nelson
UMass Amherst has been awarded a $2.65 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to expand the Slavery North Initiative, led by director Charmaine A. Nelson.
Melissa Mueller, professor of classics, has written a new book on the archaic Greek lyric poet Sappho.
The Kinney Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies at UMass Amherst presents Shakespeare & Mass Incarceration, a symposium and special exhibit.
Assistant Professor of Music Theory Catrina Kim and Associate Professor of History Kevin A. Young have been named 2024 Public Engagement Faculty Fellows.
The Department of Architecture has announces its upcoming Spring 2024 Lecture Series, beginning in March.
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.
The Ellsberg Initiative for Peace and Democracy has named Ira Helfand, experienced nuclear abolitionist, its inaugural activist-in-residence.
IT will host a week of learning sessions and events to empower the campus community with the knowledge and tools to improve digital accessibility.
Debbie Felton, professor of classics in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, will be the featured speaker at the next Retired Faculty Association meeting.
A look back at the storied history of Black creativity at UMass Amherst.
Associate Professor of Jazz Performance and Pedagogy Fumi Tomita released his latest book on early jazz.