The Kinney Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies advances fresh research in the early modern humanities.
The Arts Extension Service is a nationally recognized arts service organization that provides consultation and training for arts professionals in the field.
The center’s mission is to foster scientific research on language in African American communities and apply that research in educational and social realms.
The DEFA Film Library is the only archive and study center outside Europe devoted to the study of a broad spectrum of filmmaking by East German filmmakers.
DHI seeks to create an interest-based community that allows faculty to learn from each other, get mentoring on grant applications, and collaborate on projects.
The Ellsberg Archive Project is an initiative exploring the life and legacy of Daniel Ellsberg, the whistleblower who leaked the Pentagon Papers.
The institute’s principal activities include: teaching and research, conferences and workshops, public events, and visits to the permanent exhibition.
Interdisciplinary Studies Institute faculty engage with one another through intellectual and creative adventure in a range of settings and environments.
Since 1982, the Writing Program has been an independent academic unit serving the entire campus and it remains a key part of undergraduate general education.
The Translation Center at UMass Amherst combines multilingual services with scholarship and education.