Programs + Projects Archive

Title Type Year of Funding
Disability Studies Graduate Research Clusters 2018/2019
Anthropocene Film Salon Colloquia and Conferences 2018/2019
Winter 2019 2018/2019
Modality in Classical Chinese Colloquia and Conferences 2018/2019
Rethinking the Global Turn 2018/2019
Comparative Study of Race Graduate Research Clusters 2018/2019
The Shifting Landscape of Public Communication Colloquia and Conferences 2018/2019
Prison Education Collaboration Public Scholarship 2018/2019
Interdisciplinary Freshwater Exploration Series on Dams Graduate Research Clusters 2018/2019
Certificate in Public Scholarship Courses 2018/2019
2018 Digital Humanities Summer Fellows 2018/2019
Disability Studies 2018/2019
Humanities Career Exploration Course 2018/2019
Politics and Discourse of Fifth Columns in Eurasia Colloquia and Conferences 2018/2019
Jordanna Bailkin: "Unsettled: Citizens, Migrants, and Refugees in British History" Katz Distinguished Lectures in the Humanities 2018/2019
Whitney Davis, “Pictorial Art and Global Psychological Modernity” Katz Distinguished Lectures in the Humanities 2018/2019
Nancy Fraser, "What Should Socialism Mean in the 21st Century?" Katz Distinguished Lectures in the Humanities 2018/2019
Improvisational Crossings: Social Dance as Interdisciplinary Intervention Colloquia and Conferences 2017/2018
Memory Construction and Emotion in India, Past and Present Colloquia and Conferences 2017/2018
Capitalism and Comparative Racialization Collaboration Studio Grants 2017/2018
Winter 2018 Courses 2017/2018
Genomics Salon Graduate Research Clusters 2017/2018
The Past, Present, and Future of US Global Health Partnerships in Africa Collaboration Studio Grants 2017/2018
Current Electives 2017/2018
2017-2018 Society of Scholars Fellowships 2017/2018
Resource Sharing Across Departmental Modern-Language PhD Programs 2017/2018
Women Who Rock Colloquia and Conferences 2017/2018
International Comic Arts Forum Colloquia and Conferences 2017/2018
New Scholarly Practices, Broader Career Paths in Near & Middle Eastern Studies 2017/2018
Interdisciplinary and Transnational Feminist Approaches to 'the Private' Graduate Research Clusters 2017/2018

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