Community Partners

The Center for the Humanities has worked with more than 200 community partners over the past 19 years to bring humanities-based scholars, students, and ideas into our local and state communities, with the goal of creating meaningful collaborations that address pressing community needs and help our community members, students, and faculty to thrive.

Interested in collaborating with us? We’d love to talk! Contact Assistant Director, Public Humanities Programs, Danielle Weindling.

View a List of All of Our Partners

See (or Hear) Some of our Projects in Action

Thanks to generous funding from the A.W. Mellon Foundation, HEX-U supports undergraduate students who want to work with local community partners to help them meet a pressing community need.

Each year, Great World Texts in Wisconsin brings together UW-Madison faculty and students with high school teachers and students from across the entire state.

How can humanities centers stay publicly engaged in the time of social distancing? In this podcast, Craig Eley speaks with Aaron Fai about the Humanities Responders. Click here to listen with your preferred service.