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Changing Human Experience grants awarded to CESTA faculty researchers

May 8 2020

Congratulations to the CESTA faculty who have recently been awarded Cultivating Humanities grants, as part of The Changing Human Experience, an initiative that emerged from the university’s Long-Range Planning process.  The names in bold below reflect those active in the CESTA research community. Funded projects include:

  • Visible Bodies: A Digital Archive of Twentieth-Century African Female WritersJoel Cabrita, History, in collaboration with Giovanna Ceserani, Classics; Ato Quayson, English; Fatoumata Seck, French and Italian; Karen Fung, curator, African Collection, Humanities Resource Group
  • History of DemocracyDan Edelstein, French and Italian; Jonathan Gienapp, History; Alison McQueen, Political Science; Bernadette Meyler, Stanford Law School; Josiah Ober, Political Science, Classics; Peggy Phelan, English, Theater and Performance Studies
  • Sexual Violence |  Adrian Daub, German studies, Comparative Literature; Estelle Freedman, History; Allyson Hobbs, History
  • Representing Change | Lanier Anderson, Philosophy; Dan Jurafsky, Linguistics and Computer Science; Mark Algee-Hewitt, English; Dan Edelstein, French and Italian; Alison McQueen, Political Science; Robb Willer, Sociology; Jamil Zaki, Psychology