The Suzy Newhouse Center supports all forms of the humanities on campus, including residential fellowships for scholars and artists, faculty collaborations, innovative programming, and outreach to students. The work of our collaborative community demonstrates how the study and practice of humanities actively transforms the world.
Wellesley's Newhouse Center for the Humanities
The Newhouse Center is honored to present the New Voices Series, lunchtime talks focused on early career scholars who are pioneering new approaches to humanities-centered research and critical Ethnic Studies.
In honor of Black Speculative Fiction Month, Newhouse Creative Writing Professor Yvette Ndlovu moderates a reading and conversation with authors P. Djèlí Clark and Hugh "H.D." Hunter.
Genevieve Clutario and Jeanne Jalandoni discuss how their research on Filipinx histories of beauty, the body, materiality, and labor shapes their practices in tracing connections and intimacies across the Filipinx diaspora.
The Suzy Newhouse Center fellows’ community consists of Wellesley faculty on sabbatical, Wellesley summer fellows, three to five scholars and artists from outside the College, and the undergraduate fellows of the Mellon Mays program.