|Proposals for team-taught, graduate level CDI seminars are due Friday, November 14.
Courses offered by the Center for Disciplinary Innovation:
Nomads, Networks, and Political Complexity in the Ancient Near East offered by Richard Payne (Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations) and Emily Hammer (Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations)
Philology as a Way of Life: Humanism and the Classics offered by Rocco Rubini (Romance Languages & Literatures) and Boris Maslov (Comparative Literature)
Data Visualization: Aesthetics, Intent, and Practice
offered by Jason Salavon (Visual Arts) and Gordon Kindlmannn (Computer Science)
Colonial and Postcolonial Intimacies: African, Writing Images / Picturing Words offered by Srikanth Reddy (English) and Jessica Stockholder (Visual Arts)
Color & Culture in Japan & Beyond: An Interdisciplinary Approach
offered by Chelsea Foxwell (Art History) and Henry Smith (Columbia University)
Enslavement and Performativity in Comparative Perspective offered by Agnes Lugo-Ortiz (Romance Languages & Literatures) and TBA
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Also see: Disciplines & Technologies is a Mellon funded project with the Center for Disciplinary Innovation.