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Philosophy Podcast by Humanities Writ Large Fellow Expands Its Reach

Philosophy Podcast by Humanities Writ Large Fellow Expands Its Reach

Barry Lam, Associate Professor of Philosophy at Vassar College, was a Humanities Writ Large Visiting Faculty Fellow during the 2016-2017 academic year. Splitting his time between the Department of Philosophy and the Story Lab at the Franklin Humanities Institute, he spent his year at Duke developing an unusual project – Hi-Phi Nation, a podcast dedicated […]

Duke Human Rights Center Offers Summer Research Grants

Duke Human Rights Center Offers Summer Research Grants

Deadline: March 1, 2019 Currently enrolled Duke undergraduate and graduate students are invited to apply for summer research funding from the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute. The goals of the grants are to strengthen research opportunities for students interested in developing, implementing and working in human rights. Special consideration is given to students […]

Franklin Humanities Institute Offers Seed Grants for Global Collaborations

Franklin Humanities Institute Offers Seed Grants for Global Collaborations

Deadline: January 14, 2019 The Franklin Humanities Institute is pleased to invite proposals for seed grants of $5,000 to $10,000 for Global Collaborations in the Humanities. These grants are intended to support inquiry into research areas that cannot be adequately addressed without cross-national or cross-regional scholarly dialogue, or without exchanges across languages and philosophical/methodological traditions. […]

FHI Seeks Proposals for Story+ Humanities Research Projects

FHI Seeks Proposals for Story+ Humanities Research Projects

Deadline: November 5, 2018 About the Program Story+ is a six-week summer program that immerses interdisciplinary teams of students, faculty, and staff in humanities research and public storytelling. Story+ promotes inquiry-based learning and vertically-integrated collaboration through projects that may be driven by archival research, oral history, textual analysis, visual analysis, cultural criticism, or other humanistic […]