Humanities Engage is delighted to announce the 2021-2022 Immersive Dissertation Research Fellowship awardees.
This fellowship incentivizes innovative, collaborative research that seeks to expand the traditional dissertation through incorporating rigorous engagement with institutions or communities.
Brittney Knotts, Ph.D. Candidate in Critical and Cultural Studies, Department of English: “Keywords, Practices, and Products of the Twenty-First Century Girl Coder”
Manuel Robles, Ph.D. Candidate in History: “Black Inclusion: Afro-Mexicans and the International Struggle for Recognition, 1974-2020”
Celena Todora Ph.D. Candidate in Critical and Cultural Studies, Department of English: “Rhetorical Imaginaries of Liberation within Anti-Liberatory Spaces: Liberatory Rhetoric in Prison Education”
Learn more about our Immersive Dissertation Research Fellows.
On behalf of the Steering Committee, we would like to extend warm thanks to all graduate student applicants for proposing innovative dissertation research.
April 29, 2021