The Humanities Alliance is thrilled to announce the addition of a new Postdoctoral Fellow, Sujung Kim, as well as the start of the third cohort of nine Graduate Teaching Fellows at The Graduate Center, CUNY, who will have the opportunity to learn with master faculty and teach at LaGuardia Community College. Postdoctoral Fellow, Sujung […]
Congratulations to LaGuardia Scholars Ambar Castillo and Telijah Patterson on International Servi...
Through the Office for Global Learning Initiatives at LaGuardia Community College, two of the LaGuardia Mellon Humanities Scholars have recently received international service learning scholarships. Ambar Castillo was recently awarded a Fulbright grant to do research for a year in India. Ambar received a Pulitzer fellowship to investigate how community based organizations create culturally adaptive health prevention […]
CUNY Humanities Alliance Graduate Fellows, Hansol Oh, is hosting an annual awards ceremony for the Theatre program this year. The 2018 Edwin Booth Award honoring playwright, director, and filmmaker Young Jean Lee. The award is given annually by the theatre doctoral students at the CUNY Graduate Center to “an individual or organization that has had a significant impact on […]
Congratulations to CUNY Humanities Alliance Fellow and HASTAC Scholar, Jenn Polish, on the publication of their debut novels. Jenn’s debut novella, LOST BOY, FOUND BOY (NineStar Press), is a scifi re-telling of Peter Pan in which Neverland is a holomatrix, Hook is a bisexual cyborg, and Tink is an asexual lesbian computer interface. Their debut novel, LUNAV (NineStar […]
“Community College and the Future of the Humanities” #humsCC Convened by LaGuardia Community College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York October 18 and 19, 2018 Community colleges are redefining the importance and centrality of the humanities to the lives of the “new majority” of students, both during their academic careers and after […]
Apply at bit.ly/cunyhums-postdoc (CUNY Job ID: 17983) Deadline: February 15, 2018 ABOUT THE POSITION The CUNY Humanities Alliance is a partnership between the City University of New York’s Graduate Center and LaGuardia Community College, designed to prepare graduate students in the humanities for teaching in community college, and supported by a four-year grant from the Andrew […]
Now Accepting Applications: Mellon Humanities Alliance Fellowship for Doctoral Students Intereste...
Deadline: February 19, 2018 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org The Humanities Alliance is soliciting applications for a unique fellowship opportunity enabling nine (9) doctoral students at the Graduate Center to explore community college pedagogy and possible teaching careers. In addition to actual teaching experience at a community college, Fellows will participate in dedicated teaching and learning workshops designed […]
UPDATE: Here is the full job posting. Do you have a PhD in the humanities or interpretive social sciences? Are you interested in designing research and public projects related to equity, access, and the future of the humanities in community colleges and throughout higher education? If so, watch this site for a great two-year opportunity […]
When Demetri Kapetanakos took his English 101 class to the theatre last fall, they had incredible reflections to share about Suzan-Lori Parks‘s “The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World: AKA The Negro Book of the Dead.” Please find them below, and while you’re combing through the wealth of insight in […]
The CUNY Humanities Alliance is thrilled to announce the new cohort of nine Graduate Teaching Fellows at The Graduate Center, CUNY, who will have the opportunity to learn with master faculty and teach at LaGuardia Community College. Part of a two-year fellowship program, supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Humanities Alliance Graduate Teaching […]