Once projects have been funded, the Collaboratory will post information on progress and achievements of the teams. The teams will also post comments and information on the project blog site.
Hyecho’s Journey is one of the first projects funded by the Humanities Collaboratory. LSA Magazine has highlighted the project in the Fall 2017 issue. Read the story about a mysterious monk, a multi-city research project, and the future of the humanities here. You can also enjoy Hyecho’s Journey through their app, just search on Hyecho’s Journey in the App store.
Our proposal development grant team, “Agentine Afrikaners Interrogating Hybridity in a Unique Diasporic Community,” with Nick Henriksen as the PI was highlighted in The Michigan Daily on June 12.
The Karanis Project, funded by the Humanities Collaboratory, has launched the website Karanis-Collaboratory as part of their project development process. Check out the website to learn more about this project, the people involved, Karanis in general and ongoing research.