HRI Inquiry Research Blog

Research updates, observations, and opportunities from the Humanities Research Institute.


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  • Interseminars Spotlight: Toyosi Tejumade-Morgan
    Toyosi Tejumade-Morgan (Theatre) is a member of the 22–23 graduate cohort for “Imagining Otherwise: Speculation in the Americas,” the inaugural Interseminars initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation. She shares about her experiences with Interseminars below. The Interseminars Initiative is gearing up for the second round of the grant in 23–24! Learn more about Interseminars. View the Graduate Fellowship Call for Proposals.  […]
  • Interseminars Spotlight: Kofi M. Bazzell-Smith
    Kofi M. Bazzell-Smith (Art and Design) is a member of the 22—23 graduate cohort for “Imagining Otherwise: Speculation in the Americas,” the inaugural Interseminars initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation. He shares about his experiences with Interseminars below. The Interseminars Initiative is gearing up for the second round of the grant in 23—24! Learn more about Interseminars. View the Graduate Fellowship Call for […]
  • Interseminars Spotlight: María B. Serrano-Abreu
    María B. Serrano-Abreu (Educational Psychology) is a member of the 22—23 graduate cohort for “Imagining Otherwise: Speculation in the Americas,” the inaugural Interseminars initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation. She shares about her experiences with Interseminars below. The Interseminars Initiative is gearing up for the second round of the grant in 23—24! Learn more about Interseminars. View the Graduate Fellowship Call […]
  • Interseminars Spotlight: Beatriz Jiménez
    Beatriz Jiménez (Department of Spanish and Portuguese) is a member of the 22—23 graduate cohort for “Imagining Otherwise: Speculation in the Americas,” the inaugural Interseminars initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation. She shares about her experiences with Interseminars below. The Interseminars Initiative is gearing up for the second round of the grant in 23—24! Learn more about Interseminars. View the […]
  • Inaugural Interseminars Cohort Launches with Summer Intensive
    What can innovation in arts and humanities research look like? Interdisciplinary graduate training and collaboration. The inaugural cohort of the Interseminars Initiative, funded by the Mellon Foundation, met for a multi-day intensive to present about their scholarship, framework and understanding of “speculative practice” as they plan a new course together for spring 2023. The 2022–23 Interseminars Cohort “Imagining Otherwise: Speculation […]