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The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces our Collaborative Project, Faculty Summer Reading, and Graduate Research Cluster awards for 2024-2025 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students during our most recent funding round. Generally...
In the summer of 2024, the Simpson Center for the Humanities will support faculty fellowships with a thematic emphasis, convening a cohort of faculty actively working on research projects on religious cultures, sacred practices, and spiritual teachings. By gathering scholars...
The Henry Luce Foundation has granted $50,000 for the planning phase of a transformational initiative on Global Asias at the University of Washington. The initiative, led by Rick Bonus (American Ethnic Studies) and Ted Mack (Asian Languages & Literature), will...
Every year, a coalition of humanities advocates gather in D.C. for Humanities Advocacy Day, organized by the National Humanities Alliance. Meeting with members of congress and their staff, the goal of the day is to advocate for continued federal support...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities will begin accepting proposals for its Spring Funding Round on Tuesday, March 5, 2024. Applications are due Friday, April 5, 2024. The Simpson Center provides financial and administrative support for crossdisciplinary research, teaching, and...
Applications to the 2024 LA Review of Books Publishing Workshop will be accepted from January 1-April 1. The Simpson Center will cover the application fees of all UW doctoral students in the arts, humanities, and social sciences who apply to...
About The Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH) The Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities (SIAH) was created by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) in collaboration with the Simpson Center for the Humanities in 2002 to...
On Friday, January 19, the Translation Studies Hub put on a colloquium featuring two unique presentations. The first presentation, given by graduate student Sylvia Nasreen Chowdhury , a bilingual poet, visual artist, and translator in the UW English department, centered...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces our Fellowship and Collaborative Project awards for 2024-2025 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students during our most recent funding round. Generally speaking, the Simpson Center Executive...
In the summer of 2024, the Simpson Center for the Humanities will pilot faculty fellowship support with a thematic emphasis, convening a cohort of faculty actively working on research projects that address this year's theme: aspects of the broad spectrum...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities is proud to co-sponsor the “Teller of Truth: Women, Cinema, Freedom” series of events coordinated by the University of Washington’s Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures in honor of renowned “Godmother of Iranian...
Summary With the objective of making translation studies a more visible fixture of the UW undergraduate curriculum, the Translation Studies Hub is thrilled to announce, for the second time in the past two years, a grant for the development of...