Hall Center For The Humanities


Beverly Mack, Peter Grund, James Moreno, Sally Utech
Beverly Mack, African & African American Studies; Peter Grund, English; James Moreno, Dance; Sally Utech, Associate Director, Hall Center

Collaborative Panel- Scholars on Site and Collaborative Research Seed Grant
Workshops : Collaborative Research Workshop

Fri., Sep. 19, 2014, 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch provided. RSVP is required by September 12 to hallcenter@ku.edu.
Location: Hall Center

Collaborative research in the humanities, with both scholarly and public partners, is at the cutting edge of humanities research. Humanities projects that employ collaboration as a methodological tool have the possibility of asking and answering bigger questions, of bringing multiple disciplines to bear on a project, and promoting the role that humanities scholarship can play in the public good. If you have a collaborative project in progress or are interested in learning more about opportunities for a future project, please join us for a panel discussion on two of the Hall Center's largest collaborative funding opportunities: The Collaborative Research Seed Grant and Scholars on Site. The Collaborative Research Seed Grant funds teams of two or more scholars who are pursuing a humanities-based project. Scholars on Site supports humanities scholars who work with community partner organizations on a research-based project that benefits both scholarship and the community.

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