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Provost's Imagine Fund for Arts and Humanities

2016-17 Imagine Fund Annual Award Winners

We are proud to announce the recipients and proposals that were accepted for the 2016 Imagine Fund Annual Awards. 109 awards in support of research in the arts, design, and the humanities were announced in March 2016, for the 2016-17 academic year.

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Namesort icon Title Campus Department
Stephanie Zollinger Jack Lenor Larsen Oral History Project Twin Cities Design, Housing & Apparel
Mathew Zefeldt Painting Dense Accumulations of Subject Matter Twin Cities Art
Tetsuya Yamada Creative project, Ungravity Twin Cities Art
John S. Wright The Haitian Revolution and the Empire of Cinema: the Lost Worlds of "Lydia Bailey" Twin Cities African American & African Studies
Diane Willow surround sun Twin Cities Art
Margaret Werry Pasifika Performance (animacies, objects, oceans) Twin Cities Theatre Arts & Dance
Shannon Walsh Living in Violence: Women’s Rights without Remedies in Latin America Duluth Political Science
Krista Twu Chaucer's Boethius: Literary? Duluth English
Tisha Turk Reclaiming Multidisciplinarity in Fan Studies Morris English
Matthew Tucker Urban Headwaters: Rivers and Tributaries of the Anthropocene Twin Cities Landscape Architecture
David Syring Finalizing the Vida Matizada Collection: Participatory Media Making with the Saraguro People of Ecuador Duluth Anthropology
eun-kyung suh The Dual Metaphor of Doors in Relation to Refugees Duluth Art & Design
Craig Stroupe Charismatic Spaces: Transgressive Identities and Networked Presence on the Physical University Campus Duluth Writing Studies
Andrea Stanislav Forget Your Past Twin Cities Art
Nadezhda Sotirova Oplakvane (complaining) and Identity in Discourses on Emigration in Bulgaria Morris Humanities
Hoon Song Political Life of Defection: North Korea’s Famine and Its Afterlife Twin Cities Anthropology
David Short Type at Cooper—Certification to Education Duluth Art & Design
Theodore Schoen International Performances and Master Classes in Russia and France Duluth Music
Jani Scandura “The Fly that Doesn’t Know Where to Die”: A Novel Twin Cities English Language & Literature
Daniela Sandler Counterpreservation: Architectural Decay in Berlin since 1989 Twin Cities Architecture
Arun Saldanha Prince from Minneapolis: The Geography of Genius Twin Cities Geography
Justin Rubin Variations on American Themes and the Reacquisition of Traditional Forms Duluth Music
Matthias Rothe The Politics of Form – What does Art Know about Society? Twin Cities German, Scandinavian & Dutch
Jennifer Rothchild On the Fault Lines: Women’s Lived Experiences in Post-Disaster Nepal Morris Sociology
Kathryn Reyerson Genoese Lordships East and West as Platforms for Medieval Mediterranean Piracy Twin Cities History
Jamie Ratliff Presence of Mind, Absence of Voice: Contemporary women’s art practice in Mexico, 1968-present Duluth Art & Design
Luis Ramos-Garcia HUMAN RIGHTS AND LATIN AMERICAN COLLECTIVE THEATER Twin Cities Spanish & Portuguese Studies
Matthew Rahaim Writing Voice Cultures Twin Cities Music
Elliott Powell Music Between the Margins: African American and South Asian Collaborative Sounds in Black Popular Music Twin Cities American Studies
Andrzej Piotrowski Daylight in Architectural Monuments of South Armenia Twin Cities Architecture