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The Graduate Students of Art History (GSAH), who also run the Graduate Research Cluster, "Dismantling the Canon" at the Simpson Cetner, are pleased to invite you to the two-day virtual symposium “Dismantling the Body: Possibilities and Limitations in Art Making”...
To continue fostering public engagement opportunities through the Reimagining the Humanities PhD grant, generously supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Simpson Center is pleased to fund a limited number of UW doctoral students to attend the Los Angeles...
To foster continued connections between the UW and local community colleges, the Simpson Center has constructed a Community College Advisory Board. The Board consists of exemplary community college faculty and leaders occupying a wide range of institutional positions. Collectively these...
Kaitlyn Boulding, who co-leads the cluster with Caitlin Postal and Lauren Hanley, wrote an article on the group for the Simpson Center Medium news platform that explores how these questions are being variously answered and expanded the group ventures into...
About the CFP: Symposium Date: May 13, 2022 Submission Deadline: March 21, 2022 The Colloquium on Transcultural Approaches to Europe (Jason Groves, Olivia Gunn, Maya Smith, Kye Terrasi) invites proposals that engage the practices and visions of social justice pedagogy...
Inaugural Simpson Center Writer in Residence, Madison Snider (Communication) has published her first article, " The Vigilant Imagination of Abolition ." The article is the first installment in a three-part series around this year's Keywords , a series that explores...
2017-2018 Society of Scholars Fellow, Christian Lee Novetzke (The Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies) has been awarded a prestigious fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for 2022. The fellowship supports Novetzke in completing his current...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities is excited to announce a new Collaboration Studio for 2022-2023: "Soft Data and Common Wares." The studio will feature a collaboration between the DXARTS Softlab (e-textiles and wearable technology lab run by Afroditi Psarra...
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces our fellowship awards for 2022-2023 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students during our most recent fall funding round. Generally speaking, the Simpson Center Executive Board makes...
"Is There a Persianate Modernity" originally planned to take place on Jan. 28, 2022 with mostly in-person with some hybrid elements, including virtual presentations from speakers. The symposium has chosen to move online, and in doing so is now open...
This summer the Simpson Center is piloting Second Book Fellowships , offering funding ($10,000 in salary) for associate professors to give intensive attention to second book manuscripts that are near completion during Summer 2022. The deadline is Friday, April 1...
The Constance M. Rourke Prize is awarded annually to the best article published in American Quarterly that was written by a current member of the American Studies Association. Sonnet Retman wins the 2021 award for her article, “Memphis Minnie’s ‘Scientific...