The Center for 21st Century Studies is pleased to announce its 2018-19 UWM fellows and their research projects:
Joel Berkowitz (FLL/Jewish Studies)
Plotting Yiddish Drama
Miren Boehm (Philosophy)
The Limits of Thought in David Hume’s Philosophy
Rachel Buff (History/Ethnic Studies)
Terms of Occupancy: Refugees, Migrants, Vagrants and Public Discourse, 1930–present
Elana Levine (JAMS)
Her Stories: Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History—Public and Digital Projects
Thomas Malaby (Anthropology)
Ritual, Bureaucracy, Game: Modernity and Its Cultural Forms of Control
Aragorn Quinn (FLL)
Staging the Resistance: Performing the Politics of Translation in Modern Japan
Each year, C21 constitutes a group of UWM fellows, as well as one or two external fellows, who are provided release time from teaching to pursue their research interests and to participate in biweekly seminars. Fellows’ research projects are organized around three ongoing areas of interdisciplinary humanities research: critical, public, and digital humanities. External fellows will be named at a later date.
For additional information, please see our Fellowships page.