CG Grants

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Joanne Britland (Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese)

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Nizar F. Hermes (Middle Eastern & South Asian Languages & Cultures)

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Jack Chen (Chinese Literature) This workshop will bring together humanities scholars working on information management (the process an

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Tierre Sanford (Slavic Languages & Literatures)

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jeremy Sorgen (Religious Studies)

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient Faculty Leena Cho and Matthew Jull (Architecture) The CGII grant will fund a traveling design studio, "ADG / Svalbard Studio", organized by the Arctic Design Gr

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jessica Marroquín (Spanish, Italian and Portuguese)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Erik Linstrum (History) How did British society respond to the use of torture, the massacre of civilians, and other atrocities which

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Brenton Peterson (Politics) In many newly emerging democracies, incumbent leaders use their control over election administr

Fall 2016 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Chad Miller (Architecture) The flexible city accommodates a choreography of material and people flows, comings and goings, ar

Herman Mark Schwartz, Professor (Politics) publishes article in the Review of International Political Economy, May 27, 2019: American h

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Chenyu Wang(Education) In this project, I aim to provide a sustained ethnographic account of how students from China attend

Dorothy Wong, Professor of Art and Director, East Asia Center

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Bremen Donovan (Anthropology)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Tracey Stewart (Music) This dissertation explores how music and musical performances are used to mediate trauma and memory,

Spring 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Swati Chawla(History) How have five decades of exile shaped the ideas of belonging, (up)rootedness, and religious tradition

Fall 2015 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Swati Chawla(History) Since the Fourteenth Dalai Lama escaped into India in 1959, three generations of Tibetans have cultivat

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Swati Chawla (History) My work approaches Tibetan migration to India in the second half of the twentieth century through th

Fall 2019 Grant Recipient

Jessica Ann Levy (History)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Jennifer Hsiaw (Architecture) This project will investigate the impact of high-tech corporate construction on urban and sub

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Justin Mann (Art) My project explores the creation of sacred space and the treatment of 'special dead' (victims of the plag

Fall 2017 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Xiaoyuan Liu (History) Mr.

Spring 2018 Grant Recipient

Faculty

Alison Levine (French)

Spring 2017 Grant Recipient

Graduate Student

Meredith Blake (Architecture) Part of acknowledging the new epoch we live in, the Anthropocene, requires we redefine our po