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Announcement, JHI-Mellon Early Career and Graduate Fellowships for 2018-2019

Announcement: Aesthetic Education: A South-North Dialogue

JHI-Mellon Fellowships in 2018-2019

The Jackman Humanities Institute, with the Centre for Humanities Research at the University of the Western Cape, is pleased to announce the JHI-Mellon Fellows for 2018-2019 at Graduate and Early Career levels.  These fellows will participate in the collaborative Mellon-funded project, Aesthetic Education: A South-North Dialogue.  The project examines how the creative arts contribute to knowledge, and is organized into five sectors: Museums and Public History; Puppetry; Literature & Decolonization; Movement, Image & Sound; and Truth & Reconciliation Commissions in Canada and South Africa.  Each fellow will be affiliated with one of these sections, and will travel to South Africa to perform research based at the Centre for Research in the Humanities.

JHI-Mellon Early Career Fellowships

Jordache A. Ellapen, UTM Department of Historical Studies and Women & Gender Studies Institute
Against Afronomativity: Queering Afro-Asian Intimacies and the Aesthetics of Blackness in South Africa
Affiliated with: Movement, Image & Sound Sector

Sara Saljoughi, UTSC Department of English and Cinema Studies Institute
Burning Visions: The Counter-Cinema of the Iranian New Wave
Affiliated with: Movement, Image & Sound Sector

JHI-Mellon Graduate Fellowships

Jessica Cook, FAS Anthropology and the collaborative graduate program in Women & Gender Studies
Indigenous Visual Sovereignty and the Representation of Indigenous Culture in Visual Art and Museums
Affiliated with: TRC sector

Julia Galmiche, FAS Department of French
The Book as an Object in the novels of Alain Mabanckou and Patrick Chamoiseau
Affiliated with: Literature Sector

Alison MacAulay, FAS Department of History
Cinematic Representation of the Genocide in Rwanda
Affiliated with: TRC Sector

Christina Turner, FAS Department of English
The Frequency of Discovery: Indigenous Literatures and International Law, 1992-2015
Affiliated with: TRC and Literature Sectors


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