2019-2020 Humanities Council awards for Innovation, Collaboration, and Global Initiatives

Monday, May 6, 2019

Congratulations to the following fellows in the Society, past and present, and faculty fellows for receiving Magic Grants for Innovation:

Anna Shields (Faculty Fellow; East Asian Studies) | Tang-Song Transition Workshop

Matthew Larsen (Fellow; Religion) and Benedito Machava (Fellow; History) | New team-taught course: The Past, Present, and Future of Incarceration

Janet Kay (Fellow; History) | New team-taught course: Building Medieval Worlds

Daniel Sheffield (Past Fellow; Near Eastern Studies) | New team-taught course: Near Eastern Humanities Sequence

The awards support innovative and collaborative teaching in the humanities and aim to build bridges across departments and disciplines.

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