CLCS Awards 9 Program Grants in Fall 2018 Cycle
November 26, 2018 English | Center for Literary and Comparative Studies
Programs supported include conferences, workshops, lectures, and more, and will be organized by graduate students, professional track faculty, and tenure track faculty.
Academic Programming Grants awarded to:
- Luka Arsenjuk, SLLC/CMLT/Film, conference: Empathy, Narcissism, Anonymity, 15-16 November 2018
- Justine DeCamillis, MEM-UM, workshop series: Engaging the Medieval and Early Modern Archive, spring 2019
- William Gonch, Graduate English Organization, conference: GEO Conference: Witness, 9 March 2019
- Matthew Kirschenbaum, Book Lab/Textual & Ditigtal Studies Area Group, symposium: Unamed Forms: Perspectives on the Post-Digital Book, early spring 2019
- Gerard Passannante, CMLT, conference: Time (after Time), 3 May 2019
- Kristofer Reed, Graduate Student Committee for Latin American Studies Center, conference: HURACÁN, TORMENTA, STORM: WINDS OF CHANGE Latin American Studies Center Annual Student Conference, 2-3 May 2019
- Scott Trudell, symposium: Symposium on Poetic Form, early spring 2019
- Orrin Wang, Film Studies, lecture: Jerome Chistensen, "How to Sue Warner Brothers Next Time: The Dark Knight Rises, The Aurora Massacre, and the First Amendment," 1 November 2018
- Blake Wilder, Whistling Vivaldi Reading and Discussion Group, 6 February 2019, 6 March 2019, 10 April 2019, 8 May 2019
Congratulations to all awardees!
Learn more about CLCS grants here. The next deadline for program grant submissions is set tentatively for 25 March 2019.