The Townsend Center supports faculty and student research and scholarship through a variety of outlets.

The Berkeley Forum in the Humanities, published by Fordham University Press, features topics of broad interest in the humanities and interpretive social sciences, with a focus on work cultivated at the Townsend Center. The series presents work that is richly contextual along historical and social lines, while critical and challenging in its views.

The Occasional Papers series makes available some of the many lectures and conversations of eminent scholars, writers, and artists who participated in Townsend Center programs 1994-2003.

We also help sponsor Representations, a quarterly journal of humanities and interpretive social sciences published by the University of California Press.

Our print newsletter, published each semester, covers Townsend Center programming.

[For information on how to submit an event for consideration please see the Townsend Center guidelines.}