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    Check out our Impact page to find out more about how we make a difference.

  • Planetary Health and the Humanities Conference Report

    March 31st and April 1st, 2022 Conference Report and Event Recordings now available!

  • Message from the Director, Spring 2022

    Message from the Director
    Spring 2022

  • Research Lunch Series: 3/28/2022

    The Glasscock Research Lunch Series is an occasional series which provides the opportunity for students, faculty, research groups, and others to gather in conversation about various humanities-related topics and promote humanities-oriented research. If you are interested in hosting a Research Lunch at the Glasscock Center, please inquire at glasscock@tamu.edu. Monday, March 28, 2022 | 1:30-2:30 […]

  • Research Lunch Series: 2/16/2022

    “Personal Experience Working for the ADVANCE COVID-19 Research Project”
    Aigul Seralinova, Ph.D. candidate | Anthropology
    Dr. Cynthia Werner, Professor | Anthropology; Director of ADVANCE

  • NEH Regional Grant-Writing Workshop (Virtual)

    The Glasscock Center is hosting a regional grant-writing workshop with the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) on January 28, 2022.

  • Research Lunch Series: 10/13/2021

    The Glasscock Research Lunch Series is an occasional series which provides the opportunity for students, faculty, research groups, and others to gather in conversation about various humanities-related topics and promote humanities-oriented research. If you are interested in hosting a Research Lunch at the Glasscock Center, please inquire at glasscock@tamu.edu.   Wednesday, October 13, 2021 | […]

  • 22nd Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship

    Nicole R. Fleetwood receives the Twenty-Second Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship

  • “Gender, Power Structures, and Social Change” | Undergraduate Humanities Research

    On Tuesday, August 31, 2021, our 2021-22 Glasscock Undergraduate Summer Scholars will present their thesis proposals to the public via Zoom.

  • Human-Subject Interconnectivity: Wild Animals and Research Ethics

    Humanities & Science Exchanges Human-Subject Interconnectivity: Wild Animals and Research Ethics Date: Thursday, April 15th Time: 5pm-6pm Central Time Zoom Webinar | Free & Open to the public About: This event marks the launch of a new, occasional series, “Humanities-Science Exchanges,” at the Glasscock Center. The aim of the series is to encourage connection and […]