The Franke Institute for the Humanities is both an idea and a place.

Conceptually, it represents the highest research and teaching ambitions of the University of Chicago, sponsoring creative and innovative work in established academic disciplines in the arts and humanities and encouraging new projects that cross traditional disciplinary and departmental lines.

 

Materially, its physical space—a suite of offices and public rooms in the Regenstein Library—provides facilities where scholars and artists can do their work, and where that work can be tested and disseminated through discussions, debates, symposia, and public conferences.

1100 East 57th Street, JRL S-102

Chicago, Illinois 60637

 

773-702-8274

franke-humanities@uchicago.edu

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