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.
The first comprehensive qualitative research initiative to study the impact of criminalizaton, confinement, and criminal justice control in the United States will involve team members “mobiliz[ing] faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, archivists, and community partners…”
The grant launches a new phase in which the team proposes to enhance GFP through new pedagogical and research collaboration among faculty at U-M and new domestic and international partnerships.
Congratulations to Claire Laing (BA, Spanish & Linguistics, 2017), who was recently accepted to study the Speech-Language Pathology major in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in the Hunter College Graduate Program (NYC). Claire had a difficult decision when it came to deciding where to pursue graduate […]
This Fall saw the first project of the Humanities Collaboratory bear a range of remarkable fruit. On December 9, the entire team of Hyecho’s Journey made a trip to Washington, where the eighth-century Korean Buddhist monk Hyecho and his extraordinary journey is […]
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 […]
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.