“Translating Anti-Racism” brings together scholars…navigating anti-racist discourses in various geopolitical contexts and observing anti-racist movements’ complex relationship with critical race theory.
“From Africa to Patagonia” team discusses how altering the traditional educational structure while encouraging agency and creativity yields new forms of learning for all involved.
The Collaboratory values the process of how innovative projects develop; we encourage applications that emphasize deep engagement with evolving research questions.
Save the date – Wednesday, February 5, 2020 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm – for a second annual Connecting Digital Scholarship event to be held in the Library Gallery in the Hatcher Graduate Library.
Professors Youngju Ryu, Christi Merrill, and others have been engaging in a series of conversations on the topic of “Literatures of Partition” at the Collaboratory.
LSA’s Office of National Scholarships and Fellowships (ONSF) has announced that Evan Binkley has won a Marshall Scholarship for 2020.
A member of the Collaboratory’s Documenting Criminalization and Confinement team appeared on NPR’s Stateside with Michigan Radio’s Lester Graham.
The National Humanities Alliance launches Humanities for All, showcasing the range of humanities work conducted with and for communities by scholars at universities, colleges, and societies across the United States.
Local online magazine features Cozine Welch, Jr., a team member on the Humanities Collaboratory’s Documenting Criminalization and Confinement project.
Michigan News reporter Charles Kamper caught up with Carceral State Project co-founder Heather Ann Thompson in an October 18 interview.