Applications Open for NEH Collaborative Research Grants

The National Endowment for the Humanities is now accepting applications for Collaborative Research Grants. These grants encourage collaboration among two or more scholars in the humanities, as well as interdisciplinary projects (with a special emphasis on partnerships with researchers from… Read More

Call for Applications: 2019 Career Diversity Residential Summer Workshop

Interested in working outside academia after graduate school? In summer 2019, Humanities Without Walls (HWW) is holding its second three-week, in-residence summer workshop for doctoral students interested in learning about careers outside of the academy and/or the tenure track system…. Read More

Call for 2019-20 Society for the Humanities Fellowships at Cornell University

The Society for the Humanities at Cornell University is currently accepting applications for fellowships from scholars whose work matches up with their 2019-2020 theme, “Energy.” Fellowships involve: One year in-residence at Cornell University. Participation in a weekly Fellows Seminar. Teaching… Read More

National Humanities Center Call for Fellowship Applications

The National Humanities Center is currently accepting applications for yearly and semester-long fellowships to be completed in-residence at their center in North Carolina. Scholars with a PhD (or equivalent scholarly credentials) from across the globe and in all areas of… Read More

Mellon/ACLS Scholars & Society Fellowship

The American Council of Learned Societies is currently accepting applications for their Mellon/ACLS Scholars & Society Fellowship. This new fellowship program is open to tenured humanities faculty in PhD-granting departments at U.S. institutions, with the goal of enabling fellows to “engage… Read More

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

Book Review: C21 Collection Anthropocene Feminism Reviewed in Signs

Our C21 book Anthropocene Feminism, based on our 2014 conference of the same name, has been reviewed in Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Claire Brault writes that in “anthologiz[ing] major thinkers in feminist theory whose work engages the current… Read More

C21 Graduate Fellow Allain Daigle in the Atlantic!

Congratulations to current UWM doctoral candidate Allain Daigle for his recent article, “How the 50-mm Lens Became ‘Normal,’” in the May issue of The Atlantic! Allain’s piece was published in partnership with Object Lessons and offers a compelling history of the 50-mm lens’… Read More