Institute for the Humanities
“In a relatively short time,” Burton says, “Humanities Without Walls has become a recognized authority on trends in collaboration and interdisciplinary practice in 21st century humanities studies.”
Institute for the Humanities names 2018 summer faculty fellows and 2019-20 faculty and graduate student fellows
Fellowship recipients represent diverse disciplines within the humanities and span several colleges and schools across the university, this year including U-M Dearborn, public policy, music, art and design, and medicine.
The Institute for the Humanities acknowledges that the University of Michigan, named for Michigami, the world's largest freshwater system, sits on land stewarded by Niswi Ishkodewan Anishinaabeg--the Three Fires People, who are the Ojibwe, Odawa, and Potawatomi--along with their neighbors the Seneca, Delaware, Shawnee, and Wyandot nations.
The Institute for the Humanities
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