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The following University of Delaware faculty members have received grants from UD’s Interdisciplinary Humanities Research Center (IHRC) for the 2023-2024 academic year:
The IHRC awards interdisciplinary grants advancing curricular
innovation and public humanities outreach. Grants may be used by faculty
to re-imagine extant courses or develop new curricular offerings.
The Paul R. Jones Initiative (PRJI), part of the IHRC, has awarded the following grants for 2023-2024:
The Paul R. Jones Initiative honors the late art collector Paul R.
Jones and his gift of African American art to the University of
Delaware. The PRJI supports teaching and research related to the
collection and to curricular outreach related to American art and
culture in dialogue with Africa and its diaspora. The PRJI Black Arts @
UD grants support events and curricular enhancement.
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