Fostering innovative research at the intersection of the humanities, arts and sciences since 1968. Through fellowships, project support, and programming, the Center provides multiple points of access and honors multiple ways of knowing.
Now Accepting Applications for Graduate Student Fellows!
We are planning out the next three years of programming at the Center and we want to hear from you! Please take the time to share your work, research, and your thoughts on the pressing issues of our time.
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Nourishing Trust Roundtables
- March 30: Trust in Theory
- April 20: Trust in Action
Graduate Student Events
- April 18: Donut Forget… Online Networking!
- May 9: Donut Forget… Self Care!
- Mar30March 30, 2023, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
- Mar31March 31, 2023, 8:30am - 1:30pm
- Apr3April 3, 2023, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
- Apr18April 18, 2023, 9:30am - 11:00am
- Apr20April 20, 2023, 1:00pm - 2:30pm
- C21 Director Anne Basting featured on NYT First Person PodcastThe New York Times podcast First Person explores the diversity of opinions through the stories they originate from. This week, C21 Director Anne Basting discusses her experiences working in … Read more
- History Doctoral Student Matilda Ansah will represent UWM-C21 at HWW WorkshopHumanities Without Walls (HWW) is a program that seeks to invigorate collaborative research, teaching, and scholarship in the humanities by fostering interdisciplinary research. We are pleased to announce that … Read more
- Story Experience Fellow Program receives Chancellor’s Challenge FundingLed by C21 Director Anne Basting with Marquette faculty Andrew Kim and Sarah Wadsworth – the Story Experience Program received the President and Chancellor's Challenge award to address poverty. … Read more
- Alannah Ray, one of C21’s programming consultants, featured in Unstoppable Voters spotlightAlannah Ray has been part of C21's programming cohort for the upcoming 2024 symposia, Trust the Vote. This year, Alannah is one of the 2022 Unstoppable Voters Fellows. Read … Read more
- C21 Director Anne Basting to present for Duke University’s How Artists Work, Now seriesDuke University's How Artists Work, Now series is focusing on collaboration in the fields of art and health. Basting will be presenting on her award-winning Timeslips project, which brings … Read more
6.5 Minutes With…C21 Podcast
Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts or Spotify!
American Studies professor Psyche Williams-Forson talks about her most recent book project and the importance of digging deep into understanding individual food choices….. Listen here!