Programs + Projects Archive

Title Type Year of Funding
Space, Movement, and Translation Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Moving Images Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Mediating Difference: Sights and Sounds Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Affect & Audience in the Digital Age: Translational Poetics Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics Initiatives 2015/2016
Troubling Translations Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2015/2016
Shakespeare, Music, and Memory Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Digital Humanities Summer Fellowships Fellowships 2015/2016
Digital Humanities Initiatives 2015/2016
Producing a Worthy Illness Collaboration Studio Grants 2015/2016
Unmapping Global Studies Large Scale Collaborations 2015/2016
2014-15 Co-Sponsored UW Events Co-Sponsored Events 2015/2016
Summer Institute in the Arts & Humanities Courses 2015/2016
Science, Technology & Society Studies Large Scale Collaborations 2015/2016
Public Scholarship Initiatives 2015/2016
Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2016 Attendees 2015/2016
Teaching with Technology Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Comics Studies Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Ethnographic Aesthetics: Image, Sound, Word Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Reading and Writing Affect Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Histories and Futures of Publication Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2015/2016
Effable and Ineffable: Gabriel Fauré and the Limits of Criticism Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Medieval Studies Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Lake Union Laboratory Collaboration Studio Grants 2015/2016
2014-15 Co-Sponsored Community Events Co-Sponsored Events 2015/2016
Access to Information as a Human Right Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
Palestine and the Public Sphere Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2015/2016
Spring 2016 2015/2016
Socially Engaged Art in Japan Colloquia and Conferences 2015/2016
African Media and Materialities Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016

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