High school student in full mariachi uniform gazing into camera
by altravis

The (In)Justice Series from the University of Minnesota’s Institute for Advanced Study brings together scholars, artists, activists, and community leaders to discuss different visions for what justice might look like. In Spring 2024, our events investigate and celebrate how different communities use joy as resistance.

Categories: Public Events
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by altravis

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar on “Just Policing: Transnational Perspectives on the Definition and Possibility of Justice in Law Enforcement,” housed at the IAS invites applications for two graduate fellows during the 2024-25 Academic Year.

Categories: Jobs
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by altravis

Open Rivers: Rethinking Water, Place & Community is currently inviting proposals for our 2025 issue on Rights, Conflict, and Water. We invite proposals from scholars, activists, artists, professionals, policymakers, community members, scientists, and practitioners (including faculty, staff, and students) who offer insight on rights, conflicts, and water broadly conceived. 

Categories: Open Rivers
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by altravis

The Mellon-funded Humanities Without Walls network has created stronger, lasting institutional connections at the University of Minnesota and beyond. Here, several consortial partners, including the IAS, discuss the footprint of the project on their campuses.