Former C21 Faculty Fellow Aneesh Aneesh was recently featured in CNN’s video series, The Y2K Story! Aneesh is featured in Episode 5: “A Global Solution,” which discusses the effects of U.S. companies outsourcing programming work in preparation for Y2K to… Read more
We have extended the application deadline for our call for 2021-22 Faculty Fellows. Applications are now due Monday, December 21, 2020. Each year, the Center constitutes a group of UWM Fellows, who are provided release time from teaching to pursue… Read more
Congratulations to former C21 Faculty Fellow Caroline Seymour-Jorn (French, Italian, and Comparative Literature) on the recent publication of her new book, Creating Spaces of Hope: Young Artists and the New Imagination in Egypt (American University in Cairo Press, 2020). Caroline… Read more
Congratulations to 2017-18 Visiting Fulbright Scholar Gabriel Menotti (Queen’s University) on a new collection co-edited with Virginia Crisp (King’s College, London)! The new book, Practices of Projection: Histories and Technologies (Oxford, 2020) features chapters from Amanda Egbe, Ian Goode, Stefania… Read more
The call for 2020-21 Graduate Fellows (PDF) is now open! C21 employs three part-time graduate fellows (doctoral candidates) whose studies align with our interests in critical, digital, and public humanities. Employment includes salary plus tuition remission. A C21 graduate fellowship… Read more
Congratulations to current C21 Faculty Fellow Aneesh Aneesh for being selected for a 2020-2021 Berggruen Fellowship! The Berggruen Fellowship is administrated by the University of Southern California’s Berggruen Institute and is designed to “support inquiries that bring multicultural and interdisciplinary… Read more
Elana Levine, one of C21’s 2018-19 Faculty Fellows, has a new book from Duke University Press. Levine worked on the new book, Her Stories: Daytime Soap Opera and US Television History, during her time at the Center.
Please join us in welcoming Helen J. Bullard, who will be joining C21 as a visiting scholar this coming spring semester! Helen is a research-based storyteller and artist, whose practice bridges the arts, sciences, and social sciences to tell stories… Read more
We are now accepting applications for 2020-21 Faculty Fellows from faculty and academic staff whose research falls under one or more of the Center’s three areas of research in critical, public, or digital humanities. Applications are due Friday, November 22, 2019.
Congratulations to current Faculty Fellow Christopher Cantwell for being named 2019’s Joanne Lazirko Award winner! The Lazirko Award is bestowed annually by the Provost’s Office in consultation with CETL in memory of Joanne Lazirko…