Call for Applications
Tenured Penn associate or full professors in the humanities are invited to propose a research topic for the 2024–25 academic year. The topic director will collaborate with the Wolf Center's director to plan and host the Center's public programming and will also lead the Center's weekly research seminar for the year.
SAS faculty in the humanities who are preparing to publish an in-process book are invited to apply for a Manuscript Workshop for the following semesters: Spring 2024, Fall 2024, and Spring 2025.
Humanities Against Discrimination Funding
The Wolf Humanities Center provides up to $1500 to support anti-discriminatory humanities education at Penn, including – but not limited to – reading groups, visiting speakers, exhibitions, and scholarly projects.
Event Video and Audio
Nearly 200 events are available for streaming on Vimeo and Soundcloud. Videos with ASL interpretation also available.
September 22—September 24
Palestine Writes Literature Festival
Defining Your Expectations and Creating a Syllabus for a Penn ClassCatherine Turner