D-phi is a center for public humanities sponsored by MSU Denver. We create programs designed to reframe our perspectives, challenge our assumptions, and stimulate dialogue about human thought, history, science, art and culture.
We organize roundtable discussions, art exhibits, film screenings, theatrical performances, and lectures centered on major themes, issues, or questions of abiding human concern. We host both local and international scholars, artists, and some of the 'greatest minds of our time.'
Most of our events are free and open to the public.
We've hosted over 25 unique events for over 4000 individuals, including everything from a public performance and talk-back with Shakespeare in the Parking Lot, to a performance of and discussion on Ben Nichols' alt-rock album based on the novel Blood Meridian, to a Q&A with Noam Chomsky.