Project Archive

Below you'll find the webpages for our archived projects. For current funded projects, you can visit our current projects page.

See our Funding & Support pages (linked above) for more about how to apply for project funding.
&Now is a biennial literary festival known for presenting innovative writing, thinking about writing, and interdisciplinary explorations such as new poetics, performances, narrative, critical, electronic, and multimedia projects.
Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics offers a unique focus on the theoretical approaches to the study of Slavic languages.
UW will be part of a pioneering consortium of universities that works to addresses the mutual influences of science, religion, and art at the birth of what we now call the Anthropocene.
A team from the University of Washington Center for Human Rights has gathered evidence of crimes against humanity in rural Salvadoran communities, sharing this with the broader public through empirical research and digital storytelling.
This one-day symposium explores emergent modes of creative public scholarship, especially scholarly, pedagogical, curatorial, and creative practices that attend to the digitally mediated character of contemporary poetry.
This symposium examines notions of activist poiesis and activist poetics to investigate the intersections between digital activism, contemporary experimental writing and performance, and new media practices.
This symposium investigates contemporary scholarly, aesthetic, and activist projects that engage the processes and thematics of translation, exploring translational crossings that move from analog to digital, notation to embodiment, and one interface to another.
Conference dates: May 2-3, 2014 African American political thought brings the texts of figures ranging from Frederick Douglass to Toni Morrison into conversation with the abiding concerns of political theory: the meanings of justice, freedom, and equality; the nature of...
The African Media and Materialities graduate research cluster focuses on media and materialities to bring together several strands of thought and research. The multiple meanings of media tie together our interests, as members study “media” in the sense of physical...
We propose to develop an integrated undergraduate and graduate curriculum in Digital Textual Studies, including a minor and revamped graduate certificate. Textual studies encompasses a broad set of disciplinary fields, techniques, and skills which seek to better understand the nature...
Wednesday, November 28, 5:30 pm, Fishery Sciences Building Auditorium, UW Seattle The Anthropocene Film Series catalyzes transdisciplinary conversations about our current social-ecological moment, with a view to generating a vibrant dialogue between UW environmental scientists and humanists and humanistic social...
Across the Americas, visual artists reveal the limitations of official state-authorized “truth and reconciliation” projects and the importance of including everyday people in the work of memory and protest. Through a series of film screenings, public talks and exhibitions, micro-seminars...
Symposium dates: March 27-29, 2015 ArtTalk—Conversations with Northwest Native Art is organized by the Bill Holm Center for the Study of Northwest Coast Art and will bring together leading scholars and Native American/First Nations artists to present and discuss current...
The Asian American Studies Research Collective (AASRC) is an interdisciplinary research group of graduate students with a wide variety of research interests and a common commitment in elevating Asian American Studies research and discussion at the University of Washington. In...
Mathematics and art may appear to be diametrically opposite in both process and purpose: mathematics seeks truth while art seeks beauty. Yet mathematics, intellectually elegant and precise, is also beautiful. And art—irreverent to rules—is a method of exploring multiple and...