Human Community Research Consortium
We are a group of faculty who are committed to developing a scholarly community that supports intellectual engagement on topics related to human communities.
This consortium was developed as part of the 2010 CLASS Humanities Fellows program. The consortium helps scholars make connections across the College of Letters Arts and Social Sciences and the University of Idaho. The intent of the consortium is to build a scholarly community that supports and creates opportunities for faculty to collaborate and pursue their independent interests that impact human communities.
The HCRC is pleased to announce that we will have six Friday morning writing sessions in spring of 2017. Faculty are invited to the new IRIC building room 231 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to have dedicated time to work on writing projects. This is a continuation of the program that began in the spring 2016. We are simply providing a space and dedicated time out of your office to set aside for writing. We encourage folks to form accountability groups or other arrangements if it suits them or to simply take advantage of the quiet and the inspirational view. There is no need to come for the full day, please come for whatever part of the day that would most benefit your progress on writing projects.
We have scheduled the full day from 8 to 4:30 p.m. in the new IRIC building room 231 for the six sessions below. Please feel free to use the space on a come as you can to write in co-presence with your colleagues. If there are questions or concerns, please email Traci Craig at email@example.com.
Friday, February 3
Friday, February 17
Friday, March 3
Friday, March 17
Friday, April 7
Friday, April 21
Summer Writing Retreat
We are hoping to continue our summer writing retreats at Twin Larch in the summer of 2018, if you are interested in participating, please email Traci Craig.