Global Humanities Initiative

Founded in the fall of 2015, the Global Humanities Initiative brings much-needed attention not only to the rich humanistic traditions of the non-West, but also to the relevance of those traditions for global development and public policy. It places Northwestern within a vital international conversation about the continuing role of the humanities in building a more just, tolerant, and humane 21st century.

Directors

Laura Brueck, Asian Languages and Cultures: laura.brueck@northwestern.edu

Rajeev Kinra, History: r-kinra@northwestern.edu

Graduate Assistant

Alex Hobson, History: alexhobson2014@u.northwestern.edu

GHI announces winner of translation prize

In partnership with Northwestern University Press, GHI has selected Lawrence Venuti as the winner of the second annual Global Humanities Translation Prize.

The goal of the prize is to encourage new translations of important literary, scholarly, and other humanistic books from around the world. Venuti will translate Daybook 1918: Early Fragments by Catalan poet J.V. Foix.

Ali Aftab Saeed and Saad Sultan: Live in Concert

 

Northwestern University, April 19, 2016