Wednesday, October 23, 2013

The Center for the Humanities is pleased to announce that it has awarded semester-long research fellowships for 2014-2015 to the following faculty:

Funso Afolayan (History)
"The Yoruba in the Nineteenth Century: Warfare, State, and Society in Pre-colonial Africa"

Jennifer Borda (Communication)
"Deliberating Working Motherhood: Reconstructing Ideologies of Gender, Work, and Family in the Mediated Public Sphere"

Lucy Salyer (History)
"Erin's Hope and the Forgotten Right of Expatriation"

Scott Weintraub (Spanish/LLC)
"New Media Poetics in Spain and Latin America: Transdiscursive Scientific Explorations"

Funded by the Center's general endowment and the Ben and Zelma Dorson Endowment in the Humanities, Faculty Research Fellowships provide a semester-long opportunity for junior and tenured faculty to pursue humanities research with no teaching obligations.  Awardees are expected to participate in the Faculty Fellows Lecture Series in the year following their fellowship.