Lorenzo García-Amaya was the script writer for an engaging TED-Ed Lesson that has surpassed more than two million views. The lesson was partly inspired by teamwork initiated in a Humanities Collaboratory Project Grant.
With a Dissemination Grant from the Humanities Collaboratory, the Global Feminisms Project has joined Twitter and introduced a new quarterly email newsletter. View the inaugural issue and subscribe to their newsletter mailing list!
The ReConnect/ReCollect Project Grant team published a blog post authored by undergraduate student team member Alyssa Caldito. She reflects on Filipinx-American perspectives in relation to the project and her work on a website for the U-M Museum of Anthropological Archaeology.
In summer 2022, team members from our “Centering the Northern Realms” Project Grant team traveled to northern Mongolia for fieldwork. Year 1 PI Alicia Ventresca-Miller shares some of her stunning photos and details from the fieldwork.
The ReConnect/ReCollect Project Grant team has cultivated recent coverage by campus and community news outlets. Read or listen to the features online.
Chad Kamen, a student in the School of Information pursuing his Master of Science in Information, has supported two Collaboratory projects. Kamen shares insights on his work with the Black Washtenaw County and ReConnect/ReCollect Project Grants.
The Collaboratory’s Narrating Nubia Project Grant team was represented at the 15th International Conference for Nubian Studies held in Warsaw, Poland. Co-PI Geoff Emberling and Sudanese project partners Anwar Ali and archaeologist Sami Elamin presented a paper to the conference.
In early November, the Humanities Collaboratory’s Singing Justice Project Grant team will connect with international scholars and audiences in Germany and Austria. Their work towards recovering the African American voice in Song will reach new dimensions with a tour co-organized by project partners at the Hampsong Foundation.
On October 12, join in a conversation between scholars and students about the cultural logics that are driving the rapidly transforming landscape of access to abortion and birth control in the United States.
The Humanities Collaboratory is pleased to announce Dissemination Grants to two project teams: “Documenting Criminalization and Confinement” and “Expanding the Reach of the Global Feminisms Oral History Archive.” Both teams launched Collaboratory Project Grants in 2019 informed by earlier phases of development. Project Grant teams are eligible to apply for up to $25K to disseminate research outcomes during the final year of their Project Grant.