HARP Development Receipients Announced for 2020
The Office for Research and Innovation is pleased to announce that twelve faculty proposals have been selected to receive Humanities and Arts Research Program Development (HARP-D) funding. The HARP Development program provides funds to support faculty who are conducting important research leading to creative and performance projects or activities in the arts and humanities. This limited funding opportunity is designed to support faculty in the development of projects that seem likely to enhance the reputation of the faculty member and the university.
Sandro Barros, Department of Teacher Education - Reinaldo Arenas: Pedagogy and Dissidence
Kinitra Brooks, Department of English - Black Women, Fantasy & Conjure
Teresa Dunn, Department of Art, Art History and Design - Suspended: Between the American Dream and the American Reality
Lamar Johnson, Department of English - Black Space: The Past, Present, and Future
Jae Won Lee, Department of Art, Art History and Design - To and From: Way Home
Kristin Mahoney, Department of English - Queer Kinship after Wilde: Transnational Decadence and the Family
Edward Murphy, Department of History - At the End of the Grid: Pobladores and the Politics of Electrification in Santiago, Chile
Deogratias S. Ngonyani, Department of Linguistics and Gremanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages - A Description of Wungu
Emery Petchauer, Department of English - Networking Community Artists for Language, Literacy, and Writing
Xuefei Ren, Department of Sociology - Whose City? Urban Redevelopment in China, India, Brazil and the U.S.
Elena Ruiz, Department of Philosophy - Understanding Structural Violence in Indigenous Mexico: Philosophical Frames for Analyzing Femicide, Sexual Violence, and Human Trafficking Patterns
Tasha Warren-Yehuda, College of Music - Connected: Creating and Celebrating New and Diverse Music for Clarinet/Cello
The next call for HARP-D proposals will go out in mid-August. Applicants should anticipate a deadline in early October. Learn more about HARP and other internal grant programs.