CEAH provides seed grants in the range of $20,000 to $30,000
collaborative, interdisciplinary research and/or artistic production. These
grants are created to support efforts that bring together existing strengths
and capabilities to create programs that have the potential to compete
nationally for significant recognition.
description, guidelines and application
Seed Grant for Collaborative
Applications are due by Monday, August 29th
Washington D.C. Exhibit
Teresa Paschke, Associate Professor in Integrated Studio Arts and 2009
CEAH Fellowship Award winner, is
featured in the exhibit Green the Color and the Cause
Museum in Washington D.C. The exhibit opened April 16 and will run until
H 36" x W 42"
Cotton; inkjet printed, hand embroidered
Visit the exhibit's webpage for more information.
CEAH Announces 2012 Research Grants for Assistant and
David Alexander (Philosophy and Religious Studies)
Basic Knowledge and Reflective Defeat
Jana L. Byars (History) Courtiers & Conquistadors:
Masculinity and Male Friendship in the Early Modern Mediterranean World
Richard Benjamin Crosby (English) "Cathedral of
Kairos: Rhetoric in Sacred Space"
Melissa A. Deininger (World Languages and Cultures)
National Identity in French Literature at Moments of Crisis
Kathleen M. Hilliard (History) A Double-Minded Man:
Making Mastery on Silver Bluff Plantation, 1844-1857
Christopher Hopkins (Music and Theatre) Sculpting Sound
Space: Merging Ambisonics and Tactile Virtual Environments for Music
John Monroe (History) Empire, Ngritude and the
idea of "Primitive Art" in France and French West Africa, 1931-1937
Joe Muench (Art and Design) "Test Series"
Gregory Oakes (Music and Theatre) TuvaTronic: clarinet
+ voice + computer
Benjamin Percy (English) The Mission (creative
Jane M. Rongerude (Community and Regional Planning)
Still HOPEing for Change: Implications of the Current Economic Crisis on the
People-based Strategies of Public Housing Redevelopment in San Francisco