Leigh Raiford is studying photographs made by Black American activists and artists who traveled the world for study, work, or movement building.
Writer Heidi Julavits attempts to redefine memoir as an act of personal, philosophical, and ideological investigation.
Political scientist Margaret Weir asks, "Why does place continue to impose burdens on opportunity?"
James Shapiro is writing a book about the only federal theater ever founded in the United States.
Saira Mohamed examines how international and domestic legal systems regulate states’ treatment of military service members.
Cartoonist Liana Finck is working on her sixth book, "What to Do When," a tongue-in-cheek instruction manual for living in human society.
Camila Agosto is developing new electroacoustic pieces for mixed instrumentation that incorporate her research in somatic experiences and sound healing.
Historian David Price is tracing Jewish intellectual contributions to the expansion of religious toleration in Early Modern Europe.
Artist A.K. Burns is researching and developing new video work and related sculptures.