Browse Global Midwest Project Wiki by Title

  • (2015-06-16)
    The project aim is to develop cross-institutional collaboration, to seek to articulate the leading role that public universities can (and should) play in reaching out to diverse language communities, in supporting innovative ...

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  • Dolan,Patrick (2015-06-16)
    The project is focused on the use of narrative in clinical and medical environment. The “narrative turn” is from its first moment interdisciplinary, as it seeks to use insights from literary theory, philosophy, and criticism ...

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  • Heitman, Carrie (2015-06-17)
    The primary goal of this collaborative project is to advance research by aggregating these data and providing open access to legacy and contemporary archaeological information on the ceremonial activities of the Ohio ...

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    This project strives to identify the most successful combination of learning support systems that ensures the quickest and most effective means of acquiring and maintaining language proficiency.

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  • Wright, Charles D. (2015-06-17)
    “Performing the Middle Ages” explores global medieval performing arts through collaborative live productions by faculty, students, and professional performers, using the Consortium’s performance spaces as research laboratories ...

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  • (2015-06-23)
    Template indicating the information needed to register a project in the Humanities Without Walls Wiki page.

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  • (2015-06-23)
    The Race, Indigeneity, and Diasporas Research Cluster builds on existing research strengths at the UMN-TC to critically address through interdisciplinary collaborations how settler colonialism, race, indigeneity, migration, ...

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  • Rabinowitz, Paula (2015-06-17)
    This project investigates how the international became global. It delves into the murky space of that transition, which is neither complete nor easily described—a transition that may be most productively studied in the ...

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  • (2015-06-23)
    DISCO (The Diversity and Identity Studies Collective at OSU) will examine the Midwest as a global crossroads through the themes of relocation, rehabilitation, and reclamation.

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  • (2015-06-24)
    The ReligiousSoundmap Project uses audiorecording and digital mapping technology to study the religious diversity of American cities.

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  • Keener, Andrew S. (2015-06-23)
    This project offers a threefold method to heighten awareness of early printed books at universities in the American Midwest, starting with Northwestern University and radiating outward to other CIC institutions and beyond.

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  • (2015-06-23)
    The project aims to create bridges between universities, Native communities, non-profit workers, and activists who will bring perspectives based on non-academic projects to collaborate on projects by shared concerns about ...

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  • Yuh, Ji-Yeon (2015-06-23)
    This project brings together existing and emerging digital humanities projects at Northwestern University, The University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Ohio State University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison that work ...

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  • (2015-06-24)
    Proposal to begin an online journal of contemporary global art, focused on works exhibited and, in some cases made, in Ohio and the Midwest.

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  • Babana-Hampton, Safoi; Eswaran-Pillai, Swarnavel; Johnston, Peter; Helms, Marjan (2016)
    The film project seeks to document the diasporic experience of third generation Hmong, who belong to what might be termed a "post-memory generation". In other words, members of a generation that had not witnessed the ...

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  • Cutler, John Alba (2015-06-17)
    The project proposes a multi-stage project that aims to produce a body of scholarship on—and a robust digital archive of—non-commercial, avant-garde print cultures by U.S. minority ethnic, North and Central American, ...

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  • (2015-06-24)
    List of Humanities without Walls Consortium projects awarded at University of Illinois Chicago.

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  • (2015-06-24)
    This group formed out of three groups that shared in common questions about Midwetern vernaculars. The three groups were: Rethinking Vernacular Architecture and Cultural Landscapes in the Global Midwest Local Centers / ...

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  • Philippon, Dan (2015-06-24)
    This project seeks to explore what we see as the Grand Challenge of the Global Midwest: to reduce the vulnerability and increase the resourcefulness of ecosystems and communities in the Midwest and globally that have been ...

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