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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
Bernard M Levinson Refining the Reconstruction of Col. 2 of the Temple Scroll (11QTa): The Turn to Digital Mapping and Historical Syntax Twin Cities Classical & Near Eastern Studies
Hanne Levinson Wishing for Death or Fighting for Life? Death Wishes in the Hebrew Bible Twin Cities Classical & Near Eastern Studies
Alex Lubet Without Borders Twin Cities Music
Nancy Luxon Archives of Infamy Twin Cities Political Science
Susan Maher Authoring Landscapes: Literary Pilgrimage in the Interior of North America Duluth English
Guerino Mazzola Tri-Continental Blues Freeway Twin Cities Music
Steven McCarthy Stanford’s Design Program: a Visual History of Thinking and Doing Twin Cities Design, Housing & Apparel
Matthew Mehaffey The Greatest Generation - A Musical Journey through Twin Cities Music
Charlotte Melin Mobilizing Foreign Languages through the Environmental Humanities Twin Cities German, Scandinavian & Dutch
Hiromi Mizuno Japan’s Green Revolution: Colonial and Postcolonial Asia and the Cold War Twin Cities History
Clarence Morgan Casual Structures in Abstract Painting Twin Cities Art
Leslie Morris She Did Not Speak Twin Cities German, Scandinavian & Dutch
Lorena Munoz Recetas de Familia: Food, Place and Race in a U.S. Female Federal Prison Twin Cities Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies
Laura Musacchio The Remaking of Urban Natures: The Culture, Ecology, and Politics of Cultivating Plants and Habitats in Yards and Neighborhoods Twin Cities Landscape Architecture
Stuart Douglas Olson Research Library Visits to Geneva and Bari Twin Cities Classical & Near Eastern Studies
Yuichiro Onishi The Centennial History of the Carnegie Library in St. Paul’s East Side Twin Cities African American & African Studies
Michelle Page Representations of Sexual Minority Youth and Rurality in Young Adult Literature Morris Education
Lena Palacios Enacting and Transforming Justice: Embodied Performance in Transformative Justice Collectives in Canada and the United States Twin Cities Gender, Women, & Sexuality Studies
Mark Pedelty Stewardship through Song Twin Cities Communication Studies
Andrzej Piotrowski Daylight in Architectural Monuments of South Armenia Twin Cities Architecture
Elliott Powell Music Between the Margins: African American and South Asian Collaborative Sounds in Black Popular Music Twin Cities American Studies
Matthew Rahaim Writing Voice Cultures Twin Cities Music
Luis Ramos-Garcia HUMAN RIGHTS AND LATIN AMERICAN COLLECTIVE THEATER Twin Cities Spanish & Portuguese Studies
Jamie Ratliff Presence of Mind, Absence of Voice: Contemporary women’s art practice in Mexico, 1968-present Duluth Art & Design
Kathryn Reyerson Genoese Lordships East and West as Platforms for Medieval Mediterranean Piracy Twin Cities History
Jennifer Rothchild On the Fault Lines: Women’s Lived Experiences in Post-Disaster Nepal Morris Sociology
Matthias Rothe The Politics of Form – What does Art Know about Society? Twin Cities German, Scandinavian & Dutch
Justin Rubin Variations on American Themes and the Reacquisition of Traditional Forms Duluth Music
Arun Saldanha Prince from Minneapolis: The Geography of Genius Twin Cities Geography
Daniela Sandler Counterpreservation: Architectural Decay in Berlin since 1989 Twin Cities Architecture