2020 Faculty Fellows
The Center for the Arts and Humanities announces its 2020 Faculty Fellows. This year the Center has encouraged Fellows to explore how they might collaborate on similarly themed projects. More information on these projects and how they will eventually be shared with the campus and community will be forthcoming as circumstances permit. The Fellows will also be working with Student Fellows to be named later.
Michelle Mueller, Religious Studies: Adam the Father, Eve the Mother: The Adam-God Doctrine & ‘Heavenly Parents’ in Mormonism
Robin Tremblay-McGaw, English (in collaboration with Megan Nicely, Performing Arts, University of San Francisco): The Art of Reflection, Resistance, and Dissensus
Ryan Carrington, Art and Art History: Contradictions-Solo Exhibition at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, 11/18/20-1/10/21
Roya Ebtehaj, Art and Art History: In-between
Allia Ida Griffin, Ethnic Studies: The Afterlife of Loss: On Writing from the Iranian Diaspora
Danielle Morgan, English: ‘A Bogeyman’s Family’: The Black Uncanny in the 21st Century
Tricia Creason-Valencia and Emily Reese, Communication: Short Film: ¡Aguas!