Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities

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  • Renowned Goya Scholar Janis Tomlinson Makes First WIIH Event a Hit!

    "Biographers, scholars and contemporaries have described the artist Francisco Goya in myriad ways—as a rabble-rouser, revolutionary, family man and devout Catholic. So who is the real Goya? Renowned scholar Janis Tomlinson suggests he may be all or none of that, and more." More »
  • Incoming President Dennis Hanno gives the WIIH a shout-out

    The WIIH welcomes Dr. Dennis Hanno to Wheaton College!  Soon to be Wheaton's eighth president, Dr. Hanno comes to us from Babson College where he has served as provost.  In introductory remarks to the Wheaton community, Dr. Hanno discusses his perspectives on the past, present, and future of Wheaton College and he gives a shout-out […] More »
  • Art, Science, and the Cosmic Connection

    In its first event of the year, the WIIH welcomes Tyler and Monica Aiello to campus to discuss the connections between big data sets and artistic imagination in their work on Art, Science and the Cosmic Connection, currently on show at the Beard and Weil Galleries. More »
  • Connecting the humanities to professional life

    Reflecting on the value of the arts and humanities More »
  • Anthony Grafton returns for WIIH inauguration

    Dr. Anthony Grafton returns to Wheaton College to moderate inaugural roundtable. More »
  • Alum Members of Advisory Board

    Madeleine Goldsmith '12 and Tyler Bennett '12 were inducted as alum members of the WIIH Advisory Board More »
  • WIIH's Spring 2013 courses

    Students in two Art History and History courses will explore WIIH's themes and participate in its activities. More »
  • Student Members of Advisory Board

    Rob Iafolla '13 and Logan Hinderliter '14 were selected as student members of the WIIH Advisory Board. More »
  • Founding of the WIIH

    Yuen-Gen Liang, Touba Ghadessi, and fourteen student collaborators come together to establish the Wheaton Institute for the Interdisciplinary Humanities. More »