CLCS Announces Grants for Fall 2012

November 30, 2012

The first round of 18 CLCS grants have been awarded to undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, and lecturers.

Projects, all to be held during the 2012-2013 academic year, include these:

  • Encuentros con Junot Díaz”, organized by Nathan Dize for the Latin American Studies Students Organization
  • Metamorphoses, playing at the Arena Stage in Washington, DC, organized by Isabella Moulton for the English Department Staff
  • Writers Dead and Gone, organized by Abby Shantzis for the English Undergraduate Association
  • Invisible Man, playing at the Studio Theater in Washington DC, organized by Mandy Lowman and Josh Ro for the ENGL 433 class
  • An Introduction to the World of Nontheatrical Cinema with Skip Elsheimer, organized by Oliver Gaycken for the Graduate Film Board
  • Sea Education Academy Colleague Cruise, organized by Sharon Higby
  • “Nonhuman Humanities” Reading Group, organized by Rob Wakeman
  • FilAmplified: Filipino American History Month Talent Showcase, organized by Jonathan Reyes for the Filipino Cultural Association
  • Panel Discussion on Writing the Graduate School Essay, organized by Robin Earnest
  • (Dis)realities and the Literary and Cultural Imagination Conference(, organized by Uchechi Okereke-Beshel and Sarah Bonnie for the Graduate English Organization
  • James Joyce, Modernism, and Modern Ireland Mini-Symposium, organized by Brian Richardson for the Modernist Area Group
  • Undergraduates Present at the Mid-Atlantic Writing Centers Association Conference, organized by Leigh Ryan for the Writing Center
  • Paper Shell Review: An Undergraduate Journal of Critical Essays on Literary Topics, organized by Jamie Lee for the English Undergraduate Association
  •  Graduate Student/Invited Faculty Writing Workshop, organized by Sarah Sillin for the Organizing Committee
  • Workshop on Service Learning, organized by Zahara Heckscher for the Professional Writing Program
  • Archetypes in the Classroom: An Experiential Workshop, organized by Kelly Cresap
  • Law, Literature, and the Arab World Lecture Series, organized by Sheila Lelwani for the Professional Writing Program
  • Undergraduate TA and Lecturer Pedagogy Reading Group, organized by Linda Macri for Academic Writing and the Undergraduate TA Program