Performance Nests: Choreographic Research on the Process of Construction

Sarah Marks Mininsohn, an MFA candidate in Dance, is a 2021–22 HRI Graduate Student Fellow. In today’s post, she shares a glimpse into her fellowship research project, “Performance Nests: Choreographing Frameworks for Instability and Contamination.” Learn more about HRI’s Campus Fellowship program, which supports a cohort of faculty and graduate students through a year of […]

Weaving a Tapestry of Voices

Exploring What’s Possible in Public Humanities Azlan Smith (Creative Writing), current Mellon Pre-Doctoral Public Humanities Fellow and Odyssey Project instructor, writes about their fellowship project, what drew them to this work, and what “public humanities” means to them. Learn more about the Voices project. Art, research, study, storytelling—all of these are fundamentally public activities. I […]