Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities


  • Dr. Sameena Mulla: The Violence of Care

    Dr. Sameena Mulla is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Marquette University (WI). She will be discussing her most recent book entitled "The Violence of Care: Rape Victims, Forensic Nurses and Sexual Assault Intervention." Drawing on four years of participatory research in a Baltimore emergency room, Sameena Mulla reveals the realities of sexual assault response in […] More »
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  • Announcing Dr. Craig Werner: Outreach Teaching

    Monday October 26, 5:00pm Mary Lyon Holman Room Please join the Wheaton College Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities for an enriching lecture on outreach teaching by Dr. Craig Werner, Professor of Afro-American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and participant in the Odyssey Project. More »
  • WIIH Learn Alumni Session with Antonio Jakes '12

    On October 8th, 2015 at 7pm WIIH Executive Fellows will learn from our second WIIH Alumn Mentor, Antonio Jakes '12. In an interactive workshop, which highlight's Jakes' own path into social media marketing, our WIIH Executive Fellows will work to learn how social media marketing can shape their work on campus. Antonio Jakes is Assoc. […] More »
  • WIIH Learn Alumna Session with Martha Peterson '87

    On October 5th, 2015 at 5pm WIIH Executive Fellows will learn from our first WIIH Alumna Mentor, Martha Peterson '87. In an interactive workshop, which highlight's Martha Petersons' own path into project management and marketing, our WIIH Executive Fellows will work to learn how social media marketing can shape their work on campus. More »
  • WIIH Learn Session: Grant Writing with Marcia Cone

    On Monday September 28th at 2pm WIIH Executive Fellows will be part of a workshop to learn the basic skills of grant writing. Our grant writing workshop will be led by Marcia Cone, C.E.O. & Founding Executive, Women’s Fund of Rhode Island (2005-2014). More »
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    Announcing the 2015-16 WIIH Learn Program

    This year we have planned a robust program to develop the leadership skills of the WIIH Executive Fellows. WIIH Executive Fellows are being trained so that they are able to work collaboratively to propose revised sexual assault prevention content and new delivery systems that the college can use to: increase student engagement with sexual/public health […] More »
  • Announcing the 2015-16 WIIH Executive Fellows

    To empower students with the intellectual and practical tools required to examine the theories and practices that inform and enact social justice work across the disciplines we have selected a group of Executive Fellows from across campus and all class years. This competitively selected group of students will lead our campus on integrating the practice […] More »
  • 2015-16 Kick off event: September 23, 2015

    9/23, 3:30: Gallery talk with photographer Cedric Nunn in the Beard Gallery Ellison Lecture Hall, Watson Fine Arts Building: “Creativity, Community, and Social Justice: Photography and Democracy” lecture and discussion with Cedric Nunn, documentary photographer from South Africa Nunn’s 30 minute talk will be followed by an open discussion about Nunn’s work as an artist […] More »
  • Estelle Freedman, Jane Ruby Lecture 2016

     Estelle Freedman will be delivering the Jane E. Ruby Lecture in the Humanities on March 23rd, 2016. Her lecture is entitled: "Redefining Rape".  Freedman is the Edgar E. Robinson Professor of History at Stanford University. Here work on the history of women and social reform, including feminism and prison reform, as well as the history […] More »