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Anthropology Prof. Lu Ann De Cunzo with artifacts from New Castle, Del., which was once part of New Sweden. A November conference at UD and in Sweden will mark the 375th anniversary of the colony.
The University of Delaware's
Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center (IHRC) has announced its
calendar for the current academic year, including such special events as
a lecture by a Nobel Prize winner and an international conference.
Located in the College of Arts and Sciences,
the IHRC supports multidisciplinary research collaborations and
research-related special events programming that are anchored in but not
limited to the humanities.
This year's calendar of events related to current projects includes a
lecture on "Transnational Encounters" and readings by Mario Vargas
Llosa, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature.
Other events include a national
conference on "Disability Disclosure in/and Higher Education"; an
international conference celebrating the 375th anniversary of the
establishment of New Sweden and featuring concurrent sessions at the
University of Lund, Sweden; and a lecture and workshop series on "Public
Humanities in a Digital World."
Further information can be found on the IHRC website.
A Lunch and Learn session about this year's grant cycle, featuring
brief presentations by faculty about their IHRC projects, will be held
from noon-1:30 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 24, in Room 410, Interdisciplinary
Science and Engineering Laboratory, with an RSVP required.
This year's grant proposal deadline is 5 p.m., Monday, Nov. 4.
Further details, submission guidelines and a proposal template are available on the IHRC's website.
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