Antoinette Burton, the HWW Mellon primary investigator and two co-investigators will meet with current “Work of the Humanities in a Changing Climate” project participants (faculty and graduate students). They will be discussing challenges of collaboration, explaining the important role of the Grad Lab Practicum, and presenting a few tools to support interdisciplinary collaborative research and publication that are available through the HWW initiative.
We think this information would be useful to those interested in applying for the next iteration of the “Changing Climate” project. Please respond to email@example.com if you would like to attend. Preregistration is not required but helps plan room setup.
Lower level SH Stevenson Hall
312 996 6352
Conferences and Workshops
Institute for the Humanities, Humanities Without Walls consortium