Alicia Ventresca Miller, Assistant Professor of Anthropology & Assistant Curator, UMMAA, Receives new grant from the Humanities Collaboratory
Congratulations to Alicia Ventresca Miller and her team on receiving one of six awarded Proposal Development Grants awarded by the Humanities Collaboratory.
From the Humanaties Collaboratorys April Newsletter:
Proposal Development Grants provide significant funding during May and June of each year for awarded teams to develop a Project Grant proposal. Future newsletters will feature each team in depth as we look forward to sharing more detail about the compelling collaborations of the incoming 2021 PDG teams:
Centering the Northern Frontier: Integrating Histories and Archaeologies of the Mongol Empire will integrate historical and archaeological scholarship through the concept of knowledge democracy as the team pursues a common interest in the Mongol Empire (c. 1162-1367), an era that is vast in geographical range and historical scope. Team members include PI Alicia Ventresca Miller (Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology / Assistant Curator, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology); Christian de Pee (Associate Professor, Department of History); Bryan K. Miller (Lecturer, History of Art); Sangseraima Ujeed (Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures); Pär Cassel (Associate Professor, Department of History); and Miranda Brown (Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and Professor of Chinese Studies, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures).