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Provost's Imagine Fund for Arts and Humanities

2010 Imagine Fund Annual Award Winners

We are proud to announce the recipients and proposals that were accepted for the 2010 Imagine Fund Annual Awards. 182 awards representing $728,000 in support for research in the arts, design, and the humanities were made in 2010.

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Namesort icon Title Campus
Hakim Abderrezak Completion of Book Manuscript Ex-Centric Migrations: Exilic Narratives in Contemporary North African Literature, Music and Cinema. Twin Cities
Akosua Addo Teachers Voices: the Creative Arts in Development Twin Cities
Angelica Afanador Pujol In Their Own Words: The Codex Cuara and the History of an Indigenous Family in Michoacán, Mexico. Twin Cities
Jennifer Alexander The Technology and Social Justice Movement: The intersection of technology and religion in the rebuilding of Europe after WWII Twin Cities
Joseph R Allen Classical Chinese Literature in the Modern World, Part 2 Twin Cities
John Archer Reassessing Suburbia: Aesthetics and Everyday Practice Twin Cities
Catherine Asher Imagining the Taj Mahal in India and the West Twin Cities
Frederick Asher Replicating the Buddha's Life Sites Twin Cities
Thomas Ashworth A Recorded Collection of Diverse Solo Repertoire for the Trombone and Euphonium, Year Two Twin Cities
Alison Aune Dekorglädje: Minnesota-Nordic Inspired Paintings Duluth
Christine Baeumler Skateboard Pollinators Twin Cities
Rebecca Bamford The heart of the matter: Nietzsche on pity and compassion Rochester
Steve Bardolph Re-Imaging and Imagining the Beautiful and Sublime: Phase 4 Duluth
David Beard Canadian Reception of the Anglo-American New Rhetoric: Research and Collaboration Duluth
Ann Bergeron Participation in Dell'Arte Abroad Program in Bali Duluth
Carol Berkenkotter Rich and Mad in Victorian England: The Ticehurst Asylum Casebooks, 1845-1917 Twin Cities
Ritu Bhatt Everyday Aesthetics and Cognition: An Exploration of Tibetan Mandalas Twin Cities
Hisham Bizri Préludes Twin Cities
Martin Bock Essays on Joseph Conrad and the History of Medicine Duluth
David Bowen fly blimps Duluth
James Boyd-Brent Not a pretty picture: explorations of the landscape as social commentary Twin Cities
Bruce Braun Technology, space and political affect Twin Cities
Timothy Andres Brennan Poets of Commodities: The Humanist Challenge to Economics Twin Cities
Maria M. Brewer Theaters of Encounter: The Becoming-Visible of New Dramaturgies in France Twin Cities
Daniel Brewer Partial Recall (book manuscript), conference travel, Cambridge Companion to the Enlightenment (edited book) Twin Cities
Mary Brown Aesthetics, Ideology, and the Invention of Romance / Discourses of Encyclopedism in the Scholastic Age Twin Cities
Blaine Brownell Matter in the Floating World: Material Innovation in Japanese Contemporary Architecture and Design Twin Cities
Jefferson Campbell New York Debut Recital and Premiere of Commissioned Works Duluth
Paul Cannan Shakespeare for Everyone: The Publication and Reception of Shakespeare’s Works, 1790–1902 Duluth
Cesare Casarino Elio Petri's cinema between capitalism and schizophrenia. Twin Cities