Multilingual Arts in the Mediterranean: From the Medieval to Today

Eric Calderwood (Comparative and World Literature) held a 2023 HRI Summer Faculty Fellowship, during which he conducted fieldwork in Morocco and Spain for a new book project on the aesthetics and politics of multilingual art forms. Learn more about HRI’s Summer Faculty Fellowships, which provide an infusion of resources designed to jumpstart or fuel an ongoing research […]

Archival Research Recontextualizes East African Cold War Propaganda

Adam LoBue (History) is a 2023–2024 HRI Graduate Fellow. LoBue’s project, “‘Preventive, Pre-emptive and Educative’: Political Literacy, Anti- Communism, and Cold War Knowledge Production in East Africa, 1948–1975,” examines the intellectual and cultural work of anti/communist print culture in East Africa between 1949–1979. Learn more about HRI’s Campus Fellowship Program, which supports a cohort of faculty and […]