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Stephen Berry, Gregory Professor of the Civil War Era in the department of history, has been awarded a highly competitive National Endowment for the Humanities Public Scholars grant for his book project The Black Prince: The Emancipated Life of Prince Rivers of South Carolina.
Humanities and arts faculty and students at UGA continued to showcase the world-class quality of their research, teaching, and public engagement during the 2022-23 academic year, once again collecting highly competitive national and international honors and awards across a variety of fields.
Nicholas Allen, Baldwin Professor in Humanities and director of the Willson Center, wrote a catalog essay for the Biennale’s Irish Pavilion exhibition
UGA has announced its 2023 honors and awards for faculty and graduate students and once again, the university’s humanities and arts community is well represented among those recognized for their outstanding achievements in research and teaching.
UGA has launched a new round of funding for the Global Research Collaboration Grant (GRCG) program to encourage the development of sustainable international research and service activities. Proposals are due Friday, May 19, 2023.
The residency is part of Culture and Community at the Penn Center National Historic Landmark District, a partnership between the Willson Center and St. Helena, South Carolina’s Penn Center.
The Willson Center and the Office of Global Engagement are offering up to two visiting fellowships for arts and humanities-engaged faculty to visit Ludwig-Maximilians University in Munich for two weeks during LMU’s 2023-24 winter semester.
The Willson Center’s annual Global Georgia series of public events began in February and continues throughout the spring. Its calendar includes authors and filmmakers; digital humanities innovators and environmental humanists; academics and poets; an indie rock veteran and a soprano diva; and the directors of both the Modern Language Association and the National Gallery of Art.
The University of Georgia presents its first Humanities Festival, a series of public events showcasing the richness and diversity of research and practice in the humanities at UGA and throughout our extended community. The festival is organized by the UGA Humanities Council.
Culture and Community at the Penn Center National Historic Landmark District hosted its first student research residencies last spring, and a second round will be held this May.
The office of Multicultural Services and Programs has gathered a broad selection of university initiatives and programs in celebration of Black History Month
Brown’s week in residence will include a master class with students in the Hugh Hodgson School of Music, and public events in the Hodgson School and the Delta Innovation Hub.
Susan Rosenbaum, associate professor of English at UGA, has been awarded the 2022 Modern Language Association Prize for Collaborative, Bibliographical, or Archival Scholarship with her partners on the digital scholarly platform Mina Loy: Navigating the Avant-Garde.
The Willson Center invites nominations from faculty and students for the 2022-23 Delta Visiting Chair for Global Understanding.