Recognizing the Muslim Milwaukee Collaboratory

We are recognizing the Muslim Milwaukee Collaboratory for their work, not only with C21, but also out in the wider academic verse by highlighting an article Caraline Seymour-Jorn, Kristin Sziarto and Zanna Mansson McGinty wrote together, “The American prophetic tradition and… Read More

Two NEH Grants: Deadlines Approaching

Researchers, take note of these grant opportunities from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Funding is available for podcasting and other media production projects, as well as traditional research. The deadline for both is approaching! Public Humanities Projects FON: 20180829-GW… Read More

Anthropocene Feminism Reviewed in the Glasgow Review of Books

The Glasgow Review of Books has reviewed C21’s latest publication, Anthropocene Feminism. In her essay “Whose Anthropocene?,” author Kate Lewis Hood assesses the collection in terms of its potential to generate new modes of critical and experimental thought and praxis in the interdisciplinary… Read More