HARP Development Award Recipients Announced for 2022
The Office of Research and Innovation is proud to support faculty who are conducting important research leading to creative and performance projects or activities in the arts and humanities. This limited funding is designed to support faculty in the development of projects that seem likely to enhance the reputation of the faculty member and of the university. Funding is provided, in part, through the generosity of the Michigan State University Foundation at a level of approximately $25,000 per project.
After completion of the most recent grant competition cycle, we are pleased to announce the following Humanities and Arts Research Development Program award recipients for FY2022. Congratulations to all of the recipients.
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|Liam Brockey||Religious Orders and City Life in Early Modern Lisbon||History||Social Science|
|Alison Dobbins||Interfering Lobster||Theatre||Arts & Letters|
|Charles Keith||Going West: Indochinese in Colonial France||History||Social Science|
|Sheng-mei Ma||China Pop!: Pop Culture, Propaganda, Pacific Pop-Up||English||Arts & Letters|
|Kelly Salchow MacArthur||Graphic Design and Sustainable Materiality: Exploration and Fabrication of a Dimensional Poster Series||Art, Art History, and Design||Arts & Letters|
|Ellen McCallum||Animate Spaces: Fascination, Photogénie and Other Queer Habitations||English||Arts & Letters|
|Justin Simard||Citing Slavery||Law||Law|
|Betsy Sneller||MI Diaries: Community Engagement and Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration||Linguistics, Languages, and Cultures||Arts & Letters|
|Michael Stamm||Communicating with Nature: A History of the Industrial Information Age||History||Social Science|
|Helen Veit||Picky: A History of American Children's Food||History||Social Science|
|David Wheat||Catalina de los Santos, Mulata Ship-Owner: Afro-Caribbean Women's Agency and Interregional Trade in the Early Iberian Atlantic||History||Social Science|
|Ann Eleanor-Folino White||Equity in Arbitration: How Labor Relations Define Acting as an Artform and Occupation||Theatre||Arts & Letters|