Our Mission

The UNCG Humanities Network and Consortium (HNAC) connects the university’s humanities scholars to one another and to the public. We support faculty research and foster interdisciplinary collaborations. HNAC helps students identify how humanities coursework translates into successful personal careers and public leadership. And we share our work in wider contexts to support and improve our communities. Together our programs demonstrate how the humanities plays a crucial role in shaping and making meaning of our common lives.


Donovan Livingston premiering “Jus Like Yo Momma” for humanities students at the UNCG Liberal Arts Advantage, 3/3/17

News & Events

Exhibition: “Baggage Claims” Comes to the Weatherspoon, Jan 27th

Luggage is a powerful emblem of uncertainty and change implying fleeing, exile and homelessness. Artists across the globe are incorporating suitcases, […]

“Abraham’s Discovery of God in Islamic and Jewish Narrative”

November 9 Dr. Shari Lowen (Stonehill College) 7pm Room: Claxton Room, EUC Dr. Lowin is Professor of Islamic and Jewish […]

 American Indian sacred places

 November 14 3:30-5:30p.m Room: TBA Synopsis: In conjunction with the Native American Heritage month, we will focus our attention on […]

“The Institutional as Usual: Sexism, Racism, and the Politics of Complaint”

October 18 4pm, Maple Room, EUC Lecture by Sarah Ahmed This lecture explores how institutions are built from small acts of […]