We’re an organization working to address the lack of cross-institutional support for undergraduate research in the humanities. We are InterHumanities, the space or bridges between groups, acting to bring students and ideas together. We are interdisciplinary, inter-institutional, and international.
To reverse the culture of separation and limited or nonexistent support for undergraduates, we’ve become that collective of students from a wide array of colleges and universities. Our mission is to promote, present, and encourage rigorous student research in the humanities, especially with an emphasis on digital humanities. UNRH provides both a physical space for student interactions in the form of an annual conference, and a virtual space on our website with a forum built for the exchange of ideas. We believe undergraduates ought to have access to one another to foster further learning, collaboration, and peer review. UNRH strives to act as a resource to bring undergraduates from institutions all over the world.
Our network has been steadily growing. Since our first conference in November, 2015, we have accepted over 50 projects, involving over 80 undergraduates from 31 institutions all across the United States, Canada, Nigeria, and Pakistan.
Learn more about UNRH’s model and mission, as well as the influential individuals who dedicate their time, resources, and effort toward making UNRH a success.
Check out all previous and current conference cohorts to get to know the students, their institutions, academic backgrounds, and, of course, their impressive research.
Want to get involved with UNRH? Find out how you can bring UNRH to your campus as a campus representative, join the steering committee, or apply for the annual conference.
UNRH Network members, you can log into the network forum and your account here. Keep up to date on news and annoucements, upcoming events and conferences, and peer reviewing.
If you have further questions about us as an organization, what we do, or want to get in touch with someone associated with UNRH, contact us via email or social media. Please no soliciting.