Browse Global Midwest Project Wiki by Title

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  • Green, Harriett (2016)
    Humanities Collaborations and Research Practices: Exploring Scholarship in the Global Midwest” (HCRP) is an 18-month project that will be led by Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian at the University ...

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  • Humanities Without Walls (2015-06-10)
    Page containing the description of the Humanities Without Walls Consortium project.

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  • Humanities Without Walls (2015-06-10)
    Home page of the Humanities Without Walls Wiki . It contains links to the HWW webpage, links to projects, and links to instructions about the consortium.

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    The page contains synopsis for three projects proposed by the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota: "Race, Indigeneity, and Diasporas"; "Local/Global Storytelling, Art, and Performance"; "Education ...

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    The project aims to engage multiple Midwestern audiences in the university and beyond in learning about the significance of Latina/o literature, art, theater, performance and oral history in the Midwest.

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  • Osborn, Emily Lynn (2015-06-23)
    The aim of this project is to explore the origins, ambitions, successes and failures of partnerships between American and African universities. The mid-twentieth century was a time of great optimism and hope in Africa; it ...

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  • Humanities Without Walls (2015-06-10)
    List of Global Midwest Projects (item retrieved on 06/10/2015).

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    The project proposed is aimed to study how the waste management in Midwest affects the population, and how the process is connected to the global economy .

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    The project aim is to understand the connections and the evolution of cultures through writing, memoir and autobiography, storytelling, history making, performance, and other kinds of social and cultural production.

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  • Geigner, Megan (2015-06-10)
    The proposed project aim is to (1)locate and collect more of Zahajkiewicz's scripts and scores, (2) create an anthology of his work in both Polish and English with interdisciplinary introductory essays, and (3) stage a ...

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    This project focuses on the American Midwest as an assemblage of historical and contemporary nodes in the global production, circulation, and disposal of waste.

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    The Center for Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at OSU seeks to engage with language scholars throughout the HWW consortium to create the Midwest Heritage Language Network. The network will provide a platform to link ...

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    This project examines the global impact of media culture in the Midwest.

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  • Beever, Jonathan (2015-06-10)
    The Midwest Soundlab and Network for Sound Studies aims to create an institutional structure and social network of autonomous but integrated partners to foster interdisciplinary research and public scholarship on the ...

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  • Greer Golda, Nicole (2015-06-24)
    This reading group seeks to promote new modes of inquiry among emerging scholars of the Midwest by applying the insights of borderlands literature to a Midwestern context.

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  • Connerly, Chuck (2015-06-16)
    The project Midwestern Voices, Midwestern Vision (MV2) proposes to use transmedia storytelling by local communities and regional scholars to capture emerging, alternative stories and histories that directly engage issues ...

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    A disability studies approach to physical difference in transatlantic modernist literature

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    This project documents and probes the history of dance in Chicago and the Midwest through the lens of questions of modernity and regionalism as they get embodied and networked.

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