Support the Tucson Humanities Festival

To coincide with National Arts & Humanities Month in October, the University of Arizona College of Humanities presents the Tucson Humanities Festival to engage the Tucson public with topics of humanistic inquiry. Every fall, we present emerging and established thought leaders, authors and scholars to address today’s most complex human challenges.

Previous festivals have explored themes including: Secrets, Resistance & Revolution, Refuge, Found in Translation, and Trailblazers & Hellraisers. Presentations take place at the Poetry Center, campus venues and other community locations to provide public access and meaningful backdrops to our conversations.

With your support, the conversation continues.

To give to the Tucson Humanities Festival fund, visit our giving page or contact Michele Murphy, Director of Development, at 520-626-5711 or mbmurphy@arizona.edu.

Humanities supporters speak about the 2020 Tucson Humanities Festival: Toward Justice