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Syracuse University campus in winter.

(Feb. 13, 2023)

2023 Humanities Center Faculty Fellows Focus on Critical Societal Concerns

Projects examine race and language, the genealogy of slavery, women’s marital rights in Arab nations and the impact of 1990s alternative rock.

People Gathered for a Funderal Ceremony in Imo State Nigeria.

(Feb. 3, 2023)

A&S Music History Professor Receives Carnegie Grant to Study Women’s Music in West Africa

AMH Professor Ruth Opara will travel to Nigeria in May to explore music performance practices and develop a scholarly exchange program between students in Nigeria and Syracuse.

Students pose for a photo during the Diwali celebration.

(Nov. 8, 2022)

Cool Class: Art and Architecture of India

Students experience the living heritage of Indian art and architecture through the annual Diwali festival of lights celebration on campus each October.

Amanda Eubanks Winkler portrait

(Oct. 25, 2022)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler Interviewed in UK Podcast

Professor Amanda Eubanks Winkler was interviewed by Michael Donnay for the History of Education Society, UK Podcast “Passing Notes.”

Students examine a book from SCRC’s medieval and early modern musical collection.

(Sept. 12, 2022)

Cool Class: European Music Before 1800 (HOM/MHL 267)

Music history students visit SCRC for a hands-on research lesson.

Romita Ray holding a book.

(July 26, 2022)

Romita Ray Features in Syracuse University Today Article

Romita Ray’s continuing work on the history of tea and tea culture is showcased in the SU Today article, “Professor Ray’s Book Research Results in Global Conference on All Things Tea.”

Willow Gritzmaker portrait

(June 3, 2022)

Willow Gritzmaker Wins 2022 Laurinda Dixon Prize

The Laurinda Dixon Prize for best graduate student symposium paper is awarded annually and carries a cash prize.

Artist rendering of people playing music by Robino Ntila.

(June 1, 2022)

Ruth Opara Awarded Summer 2022 Faculty Fellowship at Syracuse University Art Museum

The pilot Faculty Fellows Program focuses on object-based teaching and research.