Simpson Center News

The Simpson Center for the Humanities is pleased to announce that Cristian Capotescu has joined the Mellon Sawyer Seminar on 
This year's Katz line-up features three speakers whose lectures will focus on everything from prison abolition and the influence of Silicon Valley on American Politics to African filmmaking and aesthetics.
This year’s Fall Funding Round opens on October 5. Funding covers the term July 2021-June 2022. The deadline for all Fall Funding Round applications is Friday, November 6.
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Global Literatures & Global Literacies: Teaching Texts, Old and New UW, Seattle, April 30, 2021
By Kaelie Giffel and Caitlin Postal
The Simpson Center for the Humanities is pleased to announce our collaborative project funding awards for 2020-2021 after receiving many strong proposals from University of Washington faculty and graduate students.
In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement and the fight against systemic racism, anti-Blackness, and police brutality, the Simpson Cen

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