Event Calendar

The Center for the Humanities is proud to support a variety of events for the University of Miami and South Florida community.  In addition to our own signature events such as the Stanford lecture series and Book Talks, you will find information on campus and Miami-area events that the Center is pleased to promote.  The key below will be helpful in identifying the intended audience. 


Public Events:

Open to all; Registration may be required

Academic Events: 

Designed primarily for faculty and students; Registrion may be required

Center for the Humanities Events:

Events primarily supported by the Center


Calendar of 2021-22 Events Coming Soon!

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  • AUGUST 2021

  • SEPTEMBER 2021

    Tuesday, September 14th at 7pm

    "Latine Off-Off-Broadway: An Intervention in US Theater History"

    Join Professor Lillian Manzor for our first Humanities Hour talk of the year. The role of Latines has been mostly absent from Off-Off-Broadway’s historiography. In this talk, Manzor will reconstruct  various performances by reading not only the manuscripts but also photographs, stage and costume designs, musical scores, documentary videos, theater reviews, and other archival ephemera. Thus, she will bring back key Latine theater artists and put them into dialogue with their Off-Off-Broadway contemporaries to demonstrate how they shaped what Manzor names Latine-Off-Off-Broadway. Lillian Manzor headshot 

    Access recording here!


  • OCTOBER 2021



  • NOVEMBER 2021

  • DECEMBER 2021

  • JANUARY 2022

  • FEBRUARY 2022

  • MARCH 2022

  • APRIL 2022

  • MAY 2022

Do you have an event you'd like to advertise here?

For our partners in the humanities, we are happy to help promote events designed to celebrate and support work in the humanities disciplines.  If your organization is hosting an event with a strong connection to the humanities (including but not limited to fields such as History, English, Philosophy, Classics, Religious Studies, Modern Languages, Art History, Theater Arts, Music, and Anthropology), we are happy to review submissions for our Calendar webpage.  

To submit an event, complete this form at least two week's prior to the event.  To be considered: 

  • Events must be open to all UM students, faculty and staff
  • Events must take place in the South Florida area
  • We especially encourage submissions for events that are free and open to the public


Once you've completed the form, a representative from the Center for the Humanities will be in touch to confirm whether we are able to include your event on the Calendar webpage and to discuss further details as needed, such as the inclusion of a graphic or photo.  Please contact us at humanities@miami.edu with questions.