The inaugural project grants from the University’s 320 York Humanities Programming Endowment include two projects related to the academic study of race, indigeneity, and transnational migration!
The winning projects are:
- “3000 Years of Mexican Feasting,” led by Oswaldo Chinchilla and Mary Miller
- “Black Sound and the Archive,” led by Daphne Brooks and Brian Kane; and
- Yale Environmental Humanities Initiative, led by Paul Sabin, Jennifer Raab, Kalyanakrishnan Sivaramakrishnan, Mary Evelyn Tucker, Gary Tomlinson, and Michael Warner.
RITM is proud to be a sponsor of 2017-18 programming related to “3000 Years of Mexican Feasting” and that Professor Daphne Brooks is a member of our faculty advisory board. We’re also thrilled for our colleagues and past collaborators working on the Yale Environmental Humanities Initiative.
Learn more about these three projects and the 320 York Humanities programming endowment by reading the full story on YaleNews.