The Humanities Collective promotes, coordinates, and highlights faculty and students’ humanities research, events, and programming at Trinity University and in the larger San Antonio community.
The Humanities Collective serves as Trinity’s hub for the humanities and supports the students, faculty, and staff of the nine humanities departments as well as humanities-adjacent programs. Each year the Humanities Collective will organize events, workshops, and opportunities that focus on an annual theme.
We aim to foster humanistic learning and enable meaningful action through programming that supports the scholarship of humanities faculty and students; engages partners on campus and in the community to advance the public humanities; and calls attention to the relevance of the humanities in contemporary society.
We encourage you to tag @humanitiesTU on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook so we can share your news, events, and updates!
In honor of our new “Home for the Humanities” in Dicke Hall, the Humanities Collective is proud to announce that this year’s theme will be “Building.” In addition to events and programs that draw on the intellectual frameworks and methods of the Humanities to study the design, construction, and social function of buildings, we are committed to the building of community and the building of relationships. We hope you will join us in our building!
Connect With Us
The Humanities Collective sends three newsletters per semester with relevant updates, opportunities, and event announcements.
Follow us to discover more community events and opportunities to get involved!
We support the scholarly activities and pursuits of Trinity faculty and students:
- Public Humanities Faculty Fellows
- Undergraduate Research Symposium
Humanities in the Community
We gather and promote humanities events for students, faculty, and the broader San Antonio community.
Our events include public lectures, seminars, film screenings, and a variety of other showcase opportunities.
Humanities in Practice
We encourage students from all backgrounds to register for courses in the humanities and to consider a major or minor in a humanities subject.
Each October we also host Humanities Day, in which humanities alumni are invited to campus to share their personal career journeys and advice with current and prospective majors.