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  Sep 25, 2017
 
Courses of Study 2017-2018

Society for the Humanities


In the College of Arts and Sciences .


Course Offerings  

Paul Fleming, Taylor Family Director

Cornell’s Society for the Humanities was established in 1966 as one of the first humanities institutes in North America. Located in the historic home of Cornell’s first president, Andrew Dickson White, the Society annually awards fellowships for research in the humanities. Our fellowships bring distinguished visiting Society Fellows together with Cornell Faculty and Graduate Student Fellows to pursue research on an interdisciplinary focal theme. The theme for 2017-2018 is “CORRUPTION”.  

Fellows offer experimental, innovative seminars on their research topics. These 4000-level courses are open to graduate students and advanced undergraduates. Those interested in auditing a course should contact the instructor for permission. The Society for the Humanities does not offer a major or a minor.

Website: sochum.as.cornell.edu/index.html

The 2017-2018 “CORRUPTION” Fellows are:

Ayelet Ben-Yishai, English, University of Haifa, Israel

Jeremy Braddock, English, Cornell University

Amy Sara Carroll, American Culture and English, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Conerly Casey, Anthropology, Rochester Institute of Technology

Ricardo Dominguez, Visual Arts, University of California, San Diego

Elyse Graham, Digital Humanities, Stony Brook University

Rahul Mukherjee, Cinema Studies and English, University of Pennsylvania

Amie Elizabeth Parry, English, National Central University, Taiwan

Laura Pérez León, Philosophy, MENTEINVESTIGACION, Mexico City

Courtney Roby, Classics, Cornell University

Robert Travers, History, Cornell University

Rachel Weil, History, Cornell University