Faculty, Students, and Staff Honored for Their Work

Through the generous funding of President Hanlon, six faculty members received 2018 New Directions in Humanities Scholarship and Arts Practice grants.  The six are Zahra Ayubi (Religion), Antonio Gomez (Spanish and Portuguese), Enrico Riley (Studio Art), Jeffrey Ruoff (Film and Media Studies), Nirvana Tanouki (English), and Spencer Topel (Music). Congratulations to all and good luck with your projects.

Six members of the faculty have received inaugural New Directions in Humanities Scholarship and Arts Practice grants to pursue projects outside of their primary fields of expertise. The grants, administered by the Office of the Associate Dean for the Arts and Humanities, with funding from the Office of the President, are designed help faculty in the arts and humanities to push the boundaries of their disciplines and follow their intellectual curiosity. “A sense of risk is implicit to this undertaking,” the call for proposals said. The awardees:

Associate Professor of Spanish Antonio Gómez López-Quiñones, to study Italian—a language essential for his current project, which explores  how Italian Marxist philosopher Antonio Gramsci’s cultural and political thought was received in Spain.

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