Humanities

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Farzaneh Milani (Middle Eastern and South Asian Languages and Cultures The MESALC Spring SymposiumEnvisioning 21st Century Middle

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Miguel Valladares-Llata (Academic Engagement, Library) By supporting the participation of Professor Arrua Avalos (Director of Nation

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Alicia Caticha (Art and Architectural History) My dissertation takes up the eighteenth-century French sculptor Étienne--Mau

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Robert Stolz, Brad Pasanek (English) and Chris Ali (Media Studies)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Manuela Achilles (German Studies) Spearheaded by the Center for German Studies and in collaboration with fifteen units at UVa, this

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Asher Biemann(Center for German Studies, Religious Studies) The Center for German Studies, together with fifteen units at U

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Rachael Givens Johnson (History) The Center's funds enabled me to present a conference paper based on my developing dissert

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Matthew Burtner (Music) The Global Ecoacoustics Project is a collaborative global initiative between the University of Virginia, and i

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Corinne Field (Women, Gender, and Sexuality)

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Tony Tian-Ren Lin (Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture) The Global Thriving Cities Project is an extension of the

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Mehr Afshan Farooqi(Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures) Beginning in 2006, with the Jaipur Li

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Nomi Dave (Music) This project is a year-long Improvisation Workshop, exploring social / aesthetic improvisation through a focus on

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Alison Posey (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) This summer, I will partake in a competitive foreign service internship at

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Michelle Walsh (Religious Studies) This project analyzes the influences shaping the transnational flow of Buddhist meditati

This project will examine Christianity in the kingdom of Kongo in the early modern period. This question has resonance not only for African historians but also for scholars of the Atlantic world.

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Students

Christopher Maternowski (History) This dissertation traces the genesis and evolution of the idea that the Tristan da Cunha i

Nicole Bonino, PhD Candidate (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nicole Bonino (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese) The project I am currently working on, concerning migration and artistic f

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Nicole Bonino (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Sarah Milov (History)

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Anastasia Dakouri-Hild (Art/Archaeology) The question of core vs periphery has been intensely debated in the social sciences and the h

Spring 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Aynne Kokas (Media Studies) China, the country with the world's most Internet users, offers US media/technology firms important mark

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Ran Zhao (East Asian Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Xu Xiake (1587-1641) was a Chinese geographer and travel writer of the Mi

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Dannah Dennis(Anthropology) I'm currently conducting ethnographic research in Kathmandu for my dissertation in Anthropology