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Professor Heidi Pauwels (Asian Languages & Literature) was recently awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to work on her book, The Voice of India’s 18th-Century Mona Lisa: Songs by Rasik Bihari of Kishangarh.
Congratulations to UW Professor Naomi Sokoloff (NELC/Comparative Literature), who, along with Washington University in St.
The Simpson Center for the Humanities announces our fellowship and travel awards for 2020-2021 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students.
From reimagining the dissertation and reaching new publics to reconnecting with alumni working in a variety of sectors, the Simpson Center's Assistant Director, Rachel Arteaga, looks back at our three-year special initiative, Next Generation...
This summer, the University of Washington was one of two schools, along with the University of Massachusetts, to host the pilot program of the Mellon Foundation-funded MLA Teaching Institute, aimed at strengthening the teaching of English at acces
#UWtranslators is a series of interviews with translators by the UW Translation Studies Hub. By Jesús Hidalgo
In anticipation of winter break, we asked Simpson Center-affiliated scholars and staff what books they’re excited to dig into once the end-of-the-quarter frenzy has wound down. Here’s what they said:  
In mid-November, the Simpson Center sent three of its past fellows in digital humanities and public scholarship to the National Humanities Conference in Honolulu, Hawai'i.

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