The Sally A. Miller Center’s interconnected humanities research and education agenda results in numerous outreach opportunities on campus and in the region. At the heart of our outreach is the annual Sally A. Miller Lecture. Each year, the center hosts an internationally recognized scholar in the humanities for a student-focused seminar and a large lecture that is free and open to the public. In turn, Miller Center scholars seek to share their work in the humanities through interviews, invited talks, exhibits of their work, community partnerships, and other venues.

Recent Outreach

The Armenians of Aintab

Prof. Janet Klein shares her expertise on the Armenian Genocide on Lancaster University's The War & Diplomacy Podcast

Outreach Archive

  • Wainwright
    Wainwright on the British Monarchy
    Prof. Martin Wainwright joined Ray Horner on WAKR to talk about Elizabeth II's passing and the future of the British monarchy. Listen»
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    Ohio's Presidential Dynasty
    Watch Prof. Kevin Kern speak on C-SPAN about Ohio's Presidential legacy. Watch»
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    Santos on Salsa and Life
    Prof. Martha Santos was a featured guest on Robyn Ivy’s online series “Inspired to Life” to talk about “Choreographing for the Head and the Heart.” Watch»
  • Kern
    Kern on Black History in Politics
    Prof. Kevin Kern spoke with Ray Horner on WAKR about Black political figures in American history. Listen»
  • Santos
    Santos Interviewed in Brazil
    Prof. Martha Santos was interviewed by Brazilian TV Jataí, Canal 11, as a featured international panelist on slavery and gender at the VI International History Congress, organized by the Universidade Federal de Goiás, Câmpus Jataí, in August 2018. Watch»
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    Harp Interviewed on New Books Podcast
    Prof. Stephen Harp stopped by the New Books Network's French Studies podcast to talk about Au Naturel, his study of Naturalism and Nudism in modern France. Listen»