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Simpson Center for the Humanities

Programs + Projects Archive

Title Typesort descending Year of Funding
Objects, Displays, and Edible Arts in Historical Japan and Japanese-American Seattle Public Scholarship 2011/2012
Reading and Writing Affect Graduate Research Clusters 2014/2015
B/ordering Violence Speakers and Themes 2012/2013
Textual & Digital Studies Graduate Certificate Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2016/2017
Comics Studies Graduate Research Clusters 2015/2016
Comparative Study of Race Graduate Research Clusters 2018/2019
Interdisciplinary Ethnographies Graduate Research Clusters 2019/2020
Winter 2019 2018/2019
Learning Objectives 2011/2012
2014 Digital Humanities Summer Fellows 2014/2015
Medieval Studies Graduate Research Clusters 2013/2014
People 2012/2013
Genomics Salon Graduate Research Clusters 2016/2017
Seattle’s Freeway Revolt: A Living Legacy of Civic Activism Public Scholarship 2015/2016
&Now Festival of Innovative Writing: Points of Convergence Colloquia and Conferences 2019/2020
Spring 2015 2014/2015
Capitalism and Comparative Racialization Collaboration Studio Grants 2017/2018
Humanitarianisms: Migrations and Care Through the Global South Mellon Sawyer Seminars 2019/2020
HASTAC Scholars 2011/2012
Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2017 Attendees 2016/2017
MIRG: Moving Images Research Group Large Scale Collaborations 2012/2013
The Race/Knowledge Project: Crossdisciplinary and Community Collaborations as Anti-Racist Praxis Graduate Research Clusters 2011/2012
Troubling Translations Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2015/2016
Inter-Asian Historiophoty Graduate Research Clusters 2018/2019
Courses in Public Scholarship
Xicana Living Pedagogies: Resistance, Testimonios, and Transformation Graduate Research Clusters 2012/2013
Fall 2020 2019/2020
Histories and Futures of Reading Crossdisciplinary Research Clusters 2014/2015
Historians at Work: Building Professional Networks 2017/2018
Axiomatic: The Creative Process in Art and Mathematics Collaboration Studio Grants 2016/2017