Community partnerships are crucial to the work of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage. These partnerships – with arts, cultural, and historical organizations throughout the state, region, and even the world – develop through our common engagement with the challenge of doing public intellectual and artistic work. They enrich and advance our work, providing a space for sharing knowledge and for thinking together through questions, such as the connection between the public humanities and social justice, the use of digital technologies to tell new stories and reach new audiences, or the potential for public programs about the arts, culture and history to create new relationships.
Brown University Partners
Providence and Rhode Island-based Partners
National and International Partners
Cultural Management Program, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Northeastern Public Humanities Consortium
Marisa Angell Brown, Assistant Director of Programs, Center for Public Humanities