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.
The Collaboratory is celebrating the start of the fall semester and invites you to join us for refreshments and conversations with colleagues as we look forward to another productive semester. Hear about current projects at the Collaboratory and learn about funding opportunities.
In its September 22 issue, the Michigan Dailyran an interview with incoming LSA Dean Anne Curzan. Speaking of the “great research happening in labs…across LSA,” Curzan singled out the productive collaboration at the Humanities Collaboratory. Curzan explained that “the Humanities Collaboratory…is designed to bring […]
The Sensing Algorithms project team identified a number of exciting synergies between Behar’s current program of work and their own.
September 24, 5:30-7:00 pm
in the Atrium, 202 S. Thayer
The current debate over gender-neutral pronouns plays out on college campuses, on social media, and in offices across the country. Why are we thinking about pronouns in new ways? What are the politics and the history of the pronoun? And what do the conversations we are having about them reveal about American culture in this moment?
Has your collaborative scholarship necessitated digital tools? Are you looking for additional resources? Please join the Library and LSA Technology Services next Thursday, September 19th for its first ever Demystifying Digital Scholarship.
In May, members of the Precarity Lab retreated to the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Alberta, Canada to participate in a Book Sprint, “an immersive adventure in group-collaboration and shared authorship.” Team members returned with accounts of an exceptionally productive experience and a manuscript for a book entitled Technoprecarious.