The Portland Center for Public Humanities not only features lectures and workshops; we also offer other resources for scholars, students, and members of the community of Portland:
- The Faculty Lunch and Lecture Series provides faculty the opportunity to present their work-in-progress to their peers in order to get feedback. The series is designed to foster the intellectual community at Portland State University and beyond. Please click here, if you would like to present your work at one of these events. Click here to see upcoming events in the Faculty Lunch and Lecture Series.
- Our series the Holocaust and Genocide Studies Project offers scholars, students, and members of the community the opportunity to engage in the study of the Holocaust and other examples of genocide. Please click here to get involved and find out more about the series.
- In collaboration with Humanities Centers from Hong Kong, Israel, and the Netherlands, Religion, Secularism, and Political Belonging investigates the framing question: How are formations of religion and the secular shaping the multiple scales of political belonging across the globe today? Please click here to get involved and find out more about the series.
- The Portland Center for Public Humanities supports several Research Groups, which organize a specific topic and meet on a regular basis. Click here to see existing research groups and how to join them. Contact us if you would like to form your own research group. If your group is approved, we will support you by helping you publicize your group, managing member lists, and providing other logistical support.
- Event co-sponsorship: If you are organizing a Humanities-related event in the Portland metro area, we might be able to help you. Depending on your needs and our resources, we might be able to support you with financial resources, publicity efforts, logistics, etc. Please contact us for more information.